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Google adds over 30 new services to Google Home including Todoist, Wall Street Journal, and half a dozen games


One of my biggest complaints about Google Home is the lack of services that tie into it. Since launch, only a small handful of products and services have integrated into Home. However, today Google has released 34 new apps and games for Google Home.

Available directly through the Google Home app, users can now add any of the 34 new services to their Home with just a single voice command. It’s worth noting that some apps, such as Todoist, will require that users link their accounts with the Home app.

Accessing and interacting with an app is as simple as saying “OK Google, talk to [name of app].” So, for example, if you want to interact with the Domino’s app, say “OK Google, talk to Domino’s and get my easy order” or, “OK Google, talk to Domino’s and track my order.”

All of these new apps are available in the Google Home app by going to Google Assistant > More Settings > Services. The full list of new services follows:

  • 21 Blackjack
  • Akinator the genie
  • Anchor
  • And Chill
  • Argus
  • Ask Jelly
  • busuu – language learning
  • CNBC
  • Domino’s
  • Eliza
  • ELLE Horoscopes by The Astro Twins
  • FitStar Personal Trainer
  • Food Network
  • Genius
  • Headspace
  • HuffPost Headline Quiz
  • itcher
  • Lonely Planet
  • NBC News
  • NPR One
  • Number Genie
  • Product Hunt
  • Quora
  • Quotery
  • SongPop
  • Sub War
  • Tender
  • The Bartender
  • The Wall Street Journal
  • Todoist
  • Trivia Blast
  • VentureBeat News
  • WebMD
  • Wonder

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