Google is currently working on incorporating its Chromecast streaming apparatus and Nest Audio speakers, according to a remark from a Google spokesperson in The Wall Street Journal, in a move that would give Google’s smart home and streaming gadgets a feature parity with Amazon and Apple.
Being able to join a streaming platform with a wise phone speaker makes a lot of sense for all these businesses. After all, customers already have all the hardware inside their living space — why not allow these speakers to improve the noise of your Netflix movies? Plus, there is the added incentive of inciting customers to stay within a organization’s ecosystem.
You’re more inclined to buy a HomePod mini if it works with all the Apple TV you presently have.
The ability to connect wise speakers to streaming boxes is also something which both Apple and Amazon already provide.
Apple lets customers connect both HomePods along with HomePod miniature speakers to the Apple TV (the Apple TV 4K along with the full-sized HomePod even offers additional synergy with virtual Dolby Atmos service ). And Amazon lets customers both utilize their Echo apparatus to command their Fire TVs and to output sound .
Google’s plans are extremely vague for now — The Wall Street Journal makes no reference of that devices the provider is looking to link together, when the attribute will arrive, or what sort of use cases it is seeking to realize.
But with Google increasingly looking to push users toward its smart home devices, which makes them all work together just makes good sense.