Google Home Hub—Google’s latest innovative tech marvel is finally here! This smart display features Google Assistant and comprises of useful features what your smart home probably needs. Google Home Hub can perfectly blend in your home’s environment, comes at a fair price of 149$ and this trendy device is available in four different colors.
Google Home hub can effortlessly handle all your daily queries, can give you the exact dose of entertainment, enhance your productivity and more. In addition to this, it can also be seamlessly integrated with Nest ecosystem products, Philips Hue Light bulbs, smart locks and other similar services.
So, if you’ve recently bought this device or thinking to buy it in near future we’ve got you covered. In case you’re wondering how to use Google Home hub to its full potential, you’ve come to the right place. Here’s a quick guide that’ll help you in getting started with Google Home Hub to make the most of it.
Let’s get started!
First thing that must be running through your mind after buying this device must be “Where to keep this gadget in your home?”. Well, Google Home Hub can work like a nightstand and you can keep it next to your bedroom lamp table where it’s clearly visible. In this way, you can view all the relevant info on the screen as soon as you wake up or while going to bed. The shape of the device is like a smart photo frame so it’ll definitely blend in with your bedroom interiors.
Download Google Home App
Every gadget or device needs a central hub or an app to control multiple functions. So, is the case with Google Home hub. Once you’ve rightly placed the device the next step is to download the Google Home app from app store as you can’t complete the setup process without it.
Make it Recognize Your Voice
Communications the key—indeed! One of the most comfortable ways of interacting with smart devices is via voice commands. So, it becomes really important that your device understands what you’re saying and learns all about your voice.
Let Your Kids Have Some Fun Too
As Google Home hub is an integral part of your smart home, it’s really important that each and every member of your house use it to its full potential. You can also allow your kids to use this gadget as much as you do to learn something new or productive. All you have to do is simply add your kid’s Google account to Google home via Family Link App. Follow the on-screen instructions, set up parental controls if required and you’re then good to go.
No matter how much gadgets can prove out to be useful in our daily lives, they can get addictive too! So, if you want to set a downtime on Google Home, that’s very much possible. Open the Google Home app, then tap the icon for your Home Hub. Head on to Settings > Digital wellbeing > Set up. Here you can set up various schedules when you want Google Home hub to turn off or on. Like, you can turn it off during your kid’s naptime or during dinner hours to limit its access for a certain period of time.
One of the biggest advantages that come along with Google Home Hub is that it has a big screen. Yes, that’s right! You can now watch your favorite YouTube videos, and play another media content whenever you like. But if you don’t want your kids to watch any kind of explicit content here’s what you can do. Go to Settings > Digital Well Being > Set up to set up filters.
Set Up a Personal Screensaver
Who wouldn’t want to make the most of Google’s Hub big screen, right? To personalize your Google home Hub in the most efficient way open Google Home app, select your profile icon, navigate to Personalize ambient > Google photos > Select family and friends. You can select a bunch of awesome photographs via Google Photos app and use the hub’s screen in a delightful way.
So folks, here was a quick guide on how to use Google Home Hub to its full potential. How excited are you to bring this awesome device home?