Sonos' smart speakers currently support Alexa and the support for multiple voice assistants, including Google's, was one of the main selling points of the Sonos One at its 2017 launch.
"While we originally planned to have the experience ready to ship in 2018," Sonos in a blog post on Thursday, "the reality is that we need a bit more time to get the experience right and will now look to lock down a date in 2019, and we're continuing to make good progress."
Sonos told CNET that it had to essentially build a new platform to enable Google Assistant to work with Sonos.
"We're building this deep integration from scratch, and we want it to be seamless," a Sonos representative said.
The company says Google Assistant support is one of the things its customers ask most about, and the company was still confident of a 2018 release at thein August.
Instead, Sonos has announced a private beta which will occur in "a few hundred homes at first, and a few thousand homes in the coming months." The company says it will share another update about its progress in early 2019.
Sonos isn't the only company looking to integrate both Alexa and Google Assistant, with a Marshall representative confirming to CNET that it's also delaying Google integration in itsuntil 2019.
Meanwhile,to add its Entertainment Assistant to its speakers, while support to its streaming devices.
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