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Google Chromecast Audio

With Google Home, you'll be able to command any speaker you have connected to a Chromecast Audio streamer, a dongle that plays music from streaming apps on your smartphone.

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Google Chromecast Audio

Google Home might not need sound quality as good as its main competitor, the Amazon Echo, since the smart speaker will connect with speakers plugged into a Chromecast Audio.

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Google Chromecast Audio

Though you can plug speakers into the Amazon Echo Dot, you still can't sync multiple devices. Google Home, however, looks to deliver on multidevice audio since the Chromecast Audio can already stream to multiple speakers at once.

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Google Chromecast

Google Home will work with the Chromecast, a wireless video dongle that streams apps such as Netflix, YouTube, Spotify, Pandora and HBO Now to your TV using an Android or iOS device, or a PC, as the controller.

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Google Chromecast

When we reviewed the Chromecast last year, we noted that the "lack of a dedicated remote means you always need a smartphone, tablet or PC nearby to use it," which could prove to be an inconvenience. But using voice controls via the Google Home could address this issue.

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Nest Learning Thermostat

Google Home's connection to the Nest and other smart home devices could be a big selling point for fans of a connected home that you can operate from one single point of control.

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SmartThings

Samsung's SmartThings Hub is a Z-Wave- and ZigBee-enabled device with corresponding Android, iOS and Windows apps that connects to your Wi-Fi router and act as filters for all of the connected stuff in your house. The hub and SmartThings products will work with Google Home.

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SmartThings Products

A SmartThings water leak sensor will be one of the devices that works with Google Home. Other SmartThings devices include motion sensors and smart plugs.

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Streaming Music Services

Google Home will also work with music streaming services including Spotify, Google Play Music, Pandora, iHeartRadio and YouTube.

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Philips Hue

Through Google Home, you'll be able to change the colors of your Philips Hue color-changing bulbs with a voice command, something that the Amazon Alexa smart speaker can't do.

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