Google Assistant’s Home control now directly supports over 65 partners


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It feels like only yesterday that Google Home launched with support for a few select services. If memory serves me well, those were Nest, Hue, SmartThings, and IFTTT. It took a while for Home to add its next batch of services (Wink, WeMo, Honeywell), but oh how they grow up so fast! Suddenly, it was an onslaught of new partners and services and we could barely keep up.

Neither could Google, apparently, because its support page for partners and services on Google Home only lists 32 companies in the “Smart Home” category. But there are twice as many if you head over to the Home control section of your Google Home app. Here are the ones you’ll be able to connect but that Google hasn’t listed on its page yet:

  • APOWER Smart Plug
  • Cielo Smart Home
  • Connectiviot
  • eedomus
  • eGlu Smart Home
  • Gigaset Elements
  • Homematic IP
  • HomeSeer
  • Honeywell Lyric and Honeywell Total Connect Comfort US  (previously only listed as one “Honeywell,” but now separated into two)
  • Hook Smart Home
  • i3 Control
  • iFutureLive
  • Kasia Home
  • Logi Circle
  • Magic Home WiFi
  • mydlink home
  • Mysa Thermostat
  • Netatmo
  • Powwow Smart Home
  • Rogers Smart Home Monitoring
  • Samsung Smart Home
  • Sengled Home
  • Sensibo
  • Smart Life
  • Smart Living
  • Smart Voice
  • Smart We Link
  • Smartenit
  • Somfy Connected Thermostat
  • SSG Home
  • tado
  • Telstra Smart Home
  • Yeelight Actions

 

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This article and images were originally posted on [Android Police – Android News, Apps, Games, Phones, Tablets] October 26, 2017 at 05:17AM

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One Reply to “Google Assistant’s Home control now directly supports over 65 partners”

  1. I used Cielo Breeze which was a great choice because now i am constantly reminded of the up to date consumption patterns. It is very useful.

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