Google Home is probably the best way to setup your home automation over Amazon’s popular Amazon Echo as it allows you to easily control every appliance in your home with voice. What’s good with Google Home is that the voice-control also works with any Android smartphone running Google Assistant. Google has rolled out Google Assistant for all Android devices running Marshmallow or Nougat, meaning you should be able to control your whole house with any Android smartphone if your phone runs Marshmallow or Nougat.
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In this comparison of Google Home vs. Amazon Echo, we test the artificial intelligence of both of these devices to see which one is smarter.
For this comparison, we will be leaving out home automation features of both devices since we are only testing the brains of how Google Home and Amazon Echo could help people get things done. We asked questions like, “how to make a potato salad” and “how to learn to skateboard” to see which one gave us more valid answer.
As a user of Amazon’s Echo for almost 2 years now, I was really interested when Google announced the Google Home a month back, particularly being able to take advantage of Google’s informational processing skills such as translating another language, which Amazon miserably fails at.