Now Wake Up To Favorite Music With Updated Google Home Alarm

Isaac Cain
February 5, 2018

For example, you can use the Google Assistant to print your Google Calendar or Alexa to print your Amazon shopping list. Luckily, the Google Assistant can help you wake up more peacefully.

Another new feature will let users play all the songs that they have purchased or uploaded to their music library.

Google updated Assistant with a few helpful features today, including a change to how you hear alarms.

For the new alarm command, Google Assistant will let you request something like, "Hey Google, set an alarm for 7AM that plays Kidz Bop 33".

In case you are wondering, a morning alarm can be set with Alexa by saying: "Alexa, set an alarm for 7am and play BBC Radio 2 from TuneIn".

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In addition to the update to music alarms, Google has also added the ability to look up TV schedules. HP also imagines a world where your voice assistant knows so much about your life that it will proactively print boarding passes for your flight just before it's time to leave for the airport. Just like the rest of Google's music commands, it works with whatever music service you have set up as default, like Google Play Music or Spotify.

Additionally, the Google Assistant can also look up programming for upcoming TV shows. For the same, firstly the users have to link their Netflix profile in Google Home app or through Google Assistant to their phone.

Another feature is the ability to help you learn about your favorite TV shows and it can now help you keep up with the TV shows that you are following.

Say you're trying to locate The Flash, for instance. Google Assistant will provide the information right then, according to the statement of Lilian Rincon, Google Assistant Product Management Director in a blog post.

Google lately has introduced several new features for its Home devices. And same for your roommate or partner.

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