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28 April 2017, 01:02 | Ricardo Garza
Google Home Will Now Read Cooking Directions Out Loud
Same. But starting today, home cooks can get some high-tech help courtesy of Google Home's new feature that reads each step out loud to you as you cook.
In order to launch, simply open up the Google Assistant on your Android phone, or search for a recipe using Google Search. With Google Home, you can access up to 5 million recipes, cook the ideal meal for your household, and take all the glory while the smart assistance takes the back seat.
Besides, Google also wants companies that are interested in developing a commercial product to get in touch with it. After this, all you have to do is to just follow the instruction that Google Home gives you.
But what if you could listen to a recipe and your favorite music, all at the same time? As of not long ago, however, when you approached Google Home for a guide to cook, it would cheerfully reveal to all of you about it, yet unless you are the leader of the USA what's more, have the world's most prominent memory, you presumably overlooked the greater part of the ingredients when it was finished. Once the user is ready to cook, they will have to use the command "Ok Google, start cooking" or "Ok Google, start recipe".
This isn't created to just make Google Home clones. Ask your speaker for a recipe.
Google Home has finally arrived in the United Kingdom, bringing a number of exciting new features to the connected home.
The opening of the SDK in developer preview continues what has been a steady march to spread Google Assistant to more devices. The Amazon Echo, on the other hand, can make recipe suggestions to users depending on what they have stored in their fridge, a functionality which the Google Home does not support. That will come later, Google says: "Over time, we'll also be adding commercialization capabilities, guidelines, and technologies".
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