Post Profile






Google Home Now Recognizes Multiple Users’ Voices

Your Google Home speaker now supports up to six different users at any one time. Google Home will recognize each user’s voice, and deliver customized results accordingly. This is a feature Google Home devotees have been requesting since day one, and Google has finally acquiesced. Google Home is, for the uninitiated, a smart home speaker similar to the Amazon Echo. The two are currently embroiled in a battle for control of the smart home market, although Apple is rumored to be working on its own competitor.
read more

share
See more about: Google Home

Related Posts


Google Home can now recognize up to six voices and give personalized responses

Technology / Google : TechCrunch: Google

Google Home is finally getting a feature that its users have been clamoring for since it launched last year: it can now distinguish between different voices and respond with personalized responses. Until now, you could only connect ...

Your Google Home Now Supports Multiple Users

Technology / Google : Droid Life

Google has made it official – Google Home now supports multiple users. Specifically, Google Home can now recognize the difference between multiple voices once trained, and will take actions based on the voice it hears.  As announced...

Google Home can now distinguish voices, support multiple users

Technology : Mashable: Tech

Google Home may finally have a solution to children "hijacking" the device to buy stuff. Google Home now supports up to six different accounts on one device and can distinguish between the voices of different users, the company anno...

Google Home can now distinguish between multiple voices

Technology : Venture Beat

Google Assistant on Google Home is now able to support up to six user accounts and detect unique voice signatures, the company announced today. This allows Google Home users to customize a number of features, from the answer to the ...

Google Home rolls out multiple-user support

Technology : The Next Web Blog

Google Home can now recognize multiple users in a household. Starting today, U.S. users can train their Home hubs to recognize up to six different voices and keep profiles on each individual. According to Google’s Yury Pinsky: We’re...

Comments


Copyright © 2016 Regator, LLC