Google Home is the American tech giant’s connected home range that staunchly rivals the Amazon Echo.
Just like the Echo, the Google Home comes in multiple models that vary in price and form factor.
The standard Google Home offers a good compromise between size and sound while the Google Home Mini certainly degrades some of its audio quality in exchange for a minute build.
Meanwhile, the Google Home Max places its sound quality on a pedestal and expertly outputs music thanks to dual 4.5-inch woofers and custom tweeters.
Finally, the Google Home Hub is the newest version of the hardware that comes with a 7-inch display that presents contextual information for users in addition to coming with expected Assistant functionality.
All models of the Google Home are currently being discounted thanks to the tech powerhouse’s Easter sale.
Here is a full list of Google Home offers:
• Google Home – £69 (was £129) GET THE DEAL HERE
• Google Home Mini – £29 (was £49) GET THE DEAL HERE
• Google Home Max – £299 (was £399) GET THE DEAL HERE
• Google Home Hub – £99 (was £139) GET THE DEAL HERE
The latest offers come as Google has announced a huge new update for the connected home hardware.
The American tech giant has declared a free, ad-supported version, of YouTube Music is now available on all variants of the device.
This means owners are now able to bark out song requests to their speaker and have it play music, even if they do not have a streaming subscription.
To enable the new feature, fans should head to the Google Home app and press Services > Music.
From there, ensure YouTube Music is set as your default music service.
Discussing the added functionality, Google said: “Need a groove to get you ready for a night out? Say, ‘Hey Google, play Latin vibes.’
“Looking to kick off a dinner party or pick a power playlist for your home workout? We’ve got you covered.
“With YouTube Music and Google Home, you can ask Google Home to play the right music for any moment or mood, and YouTube Music will play the perfect station customised to your tastes based upon your request.”
It is worth noting this service is separate from YouTube Music Premium that costs £9.99 per month.
The ad-supported version of YouTube Music is accessible right now to Google Home owners in the UK, United States, Canada and more.
Here is a full list of countries receiving the new feature:
• United States
• Great Britain
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