Google Home: The best smart speaker on the market

Google Home is the most popular speaker of the 2017 wave of smart speakers.

And the home is not the only place where Google Home makes sense.

Its smart home hub is an extension of Google’s Android app, Google Home Hub, which makes use of Android’s built-in speaker features.

So if you’re a fan of Android, the Google Home hub is the only smart speaker to do this well.

The Google Home app has a ton of built-ins to support all of these smart home devices, including a Google Home device, speaker, a smart camera, a thermostat, and a smart speaker.

The hub has been a staple of Google Home users for some time now, and there’s a good reason for that.

The app makes use an impressive number of builtin smart features, such as: a microphone for voice recognition, an accelerometer to control motion, and an infrared sensor to read temperature and humidity.

All of these are standard features in many smart home products today, but the Google Hub app is an entirely different beast.

The central hub uses Google’s own hardware to act as a speaker and speaker-controller, and all of the built-indicators are built into the hub itself.

There’s a dedicated Google Home button on the bottom of the hub, so you can press and hold it for quick access to the various controls.

When you press the button, a new button appears at the bottom right corner, which opens up a full list of connected devices.

It’s a handy feature, because it allows you to quickly and easily see the list of devices you have in your home, and lets you easily check out any of the devices that you might want to add to the list.

With just a few taps, you can add a new speaker to your list, or switch the audio source of the new speaker on or off.

For example, you could add a speaker that plays audio that’s from a particular set of speakers in your house, or a Bluetooth speaker to the Google Assistant to give your voice assistant a better sound experience.

To get started, tap the Google button at the top of the list, and you’ll be taken to the Hub’s Home page.

From there, you have the option to add or remove a speaker from the list to make a custom set of devices.

To add a device to the device list, tap on it and then choose “Add New Device.”

If you want to switch the device off, you’ll have to tap on the “Disconnect” button on top of it.

Once you’ve added a new device, you just have to double-tap the “Add” button, and the device will disappear.

This is where it gets really cool, because the device can actually be controlled with a simple swipe gesture from your wrist.

This means you can use the Google app to control the Google home, or the Google assistant to control your Android device.

To turn on the Google voice assistant, just swipe up from the top left corner of the screen.

Once the voice assistant is turned on, tap “Add Google Home Assistant” and then tap “OK” to confirm your voice commands.

Next, you will be taken back to the Home page where you can set the Google-controlled speaker to start playback of the music you’re currently listening to, or set the device to start the music.

To switch the sound source, tap it and hold down the button to open the volume slider.

This will turn the speaker off entirely, so there’s no need to press the “Play” button again to turn it back on.

There are also a couple of additional control options that you can toggle on and off.

You can adjust the volume, as well as the playback volume, to customize how loud or soft the sound is.

Finally, you might be curious about how much space the speaker takes up on the home’s wall.

To change the size of the speaker, just double-click on the Home button.

The device will now shrink down to just under 5 inches by 5 inches, and will now be visible on the wall behind the speakers.

This makes the Google speaker an extremely small and easy-to-access speaker, and also means that you have a great view of the room from the front.

If you’re looking for a more powerful speaker for your home or office, check out our full review of the Google Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL speakers.

You’ll find a lot of options here, including the Google Chromecast dongle, which works with the Google Alexa voice assistant.

The Chromecast is actually a standalone product that can be used to play Google Home music directly from your Android phone, but it can also be connected to a Chromecast-enabled TV or other devices using a Wi-Fi adapter.

The dongler also supports Google Assistant, so if you want Google Assistant playing over your speakers, you don’t