Google Home is frequently innovating itself. Just after announcing the voice shopping feature, Google has released another amazing update which is the find from a store.
With the release of this feature, Google seems to continue expanding its artificial assistance platform. The company declared at Shoptalk 2017 that Google Home users will able to ask about local product availability. The device will then give the user a complete list of shops, where it is available and the other relevant details.
What has been announced?
Jonathan Alferness, the VP of Product management, shopping and travel claimed in a Shoptalk keynote which is the new update to the Google Assistant would include local inventory data relayed by retailers, who broadcast their advertisements on Google. He also noticed that a majority of customers checked online for the availability of the specific product.
Apart from this, a large volume of smartphone users already speaks to their devices to ask about different products and services.
The latest update will be released in the near future and has a lot of scope for retailers’ benefit per Google.
Google voice based shopping feature
Google in February has announced that the Google Home would be getting a new feature added to its armory. Users can shop from some listed retailers, with the help of voice commands and queries.
For instance, a user would just have to say “OK Google, order for a pair of jeans,” and the Assistant would place your order.
Google Home specifications and features
The Google Home device has a height of 5.6 inches, with a 3.7-inch diameter. Weighing 1.05 lbs, it is not the heaviest gadget in the market. It also has a power adapter cable of 70 inches along with the speaker.
The speaker includes a 2-inch driver and a couple of 2-inch passive radiators to raise bass. It is equipped with a DC power jack and a micro-USB port. The speaker provides support for Android 4.2 or higher and iOS 8.0 and above versions.