Now we have some new details about how that connection will work, and it's clear that people will be able to get more out of integrating all of Google's smart home products together. If it doesn't recognize, you can ask Google Home to show you the stream on your television.
Broadcast is a new feature that allows one Google Home device to broadcast a message to the other devices in the home. And good news! You can already grab this latest update to the Google Home application in the Play Store, so be on the lookout for an app update coming soon.
Google made many announcements at today's event. The concept is simple but very unique in its own way. In short, Google is pushing all of its smart home products, including those developed by Nest, to feel like one natural and cohesive whole. This really seems like a feature that's going to get a lot of use and join the use case repertoire for many users. It can also give you automatic feedback so that when the doorbell rings and the camera recognizes who's at the door, the Google Home will actually tell you the name of the person. You can also change the temperature on your Nest thermostat with conversational terms like "warmer" and set up your Nest Hello doorbell so it calls Home, like a remote intercom. Say "Find my phone" and the Home will identify who you are and ping your device. Have in mind that this feature can only locate Android devices at the moment since it uses Google Play Services and the Android Device Manager to ping your phone.