Google Home users who have tried speaking Spanish with Assistant may not have liked its inability to speak in the language but that’s changing starting today. Google today announced that Assistant on Google Home will now allow users to get more done in Spanish. The company gradually started rolling out Spanish support over the past few weeks and Google has now officially confirmed that support for the language is finally here.
Assistant on Google Home is now capable of understanding Spanish so users will be able to ask it to help them out in their tasks in the language, be it streaming music, managing their day or controlling smart home devices.
Users can select the language by going to the Preferences section in the Settings menu of the Google Home app and then selecting Español. Once that’s done, they can ask Assistant about their day with “Ok Google, ¿cómo será mi día?” to get a full rundown of their schedule.
All this and more can now be done across all Google Home products, including the Google Home, Mini, and Max. This isn’t just available for users in the United States, both Google Home and Google Home Mini are also available in Spanish in Mexico and Spain as well.
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