Google Home is one of the smart devices based on Android in the market. It’s quite better actually in terms of other smart voice assistants devices. Last year, Google has come with the three smart assistant devices like Google Home, Home Mini, and Home Max. Here in this article, we’ll share with you 6 Best Google Home Apps in 2019.
Here some of the compatible and native supported Google Home Apps which you can use easily. However, there are so many apps for Google Home available in the market. Let’s get into the 6 best apps for Google Home in 2019.
Note: We recommend to check out the list with Google’s smart home partners for more compatibility. You can find the list at the bottom of this article.
1. Auto Voice
AutoVoice simply lets you configure your own voice commands on Google Home. It also works with Google Now, Google Assistant, and Amazon Alexa perfectly. This lets you perform all kinds of tasks. It basically reacts to ambient noise, Bluetooth headset/audio, natural language, voice commands etc. The AutoVoice app works from your Mac, Windows, Linux PC or from any other Android device easily.
Please note that the app works like a plugin in Tasker. The app offers in-app purchases with the free version as well. Rated 4.1/5 stars and has been installed over 0.5 million times. It requires Android 4.0.3 or up with a smaller size of 4.3Mb.
2. Google Play Music
There are plenty of music apps available which are supported with the Google Home. However, some of the best music apps for the Google Home are mentioned here. Such as Google Play Music, Spotify, Pandora, TuneIn Radio, Deezer, and iHeartRadio apps. While Google Play Music and Spotify music apps only focused on playlists, on-demand content, podcasts etc.
The iHeartRadio and TuneIn radio are typically like the radio stations with playlists. All of them work perfectly with Google Home devices along with Google Assistant. The Play Music app can store up to 50,000 songs from your personal music collection. The best part is that you can listen to songs via Play Music on Android, iOS, and the web.
The app contains Ads but offers you free service. However, you can get subscription for more features like YouTube Music Premium, On-Demand Access, download music etc. The app r
YouTube is one of the most popular and widely used online video streaming apps. It allows you to stream videos Google Home devices as well. If you’re an US resident then the YouTube TV is also a good option for Google Home. YouTube also supports Google Assistant by which you can easily give command to play videos.
The app contains ads and offers free service mostly except YouTube Red. Rated 4.4/5 stars and has been installed over 5,000 million times. The app size and Android version requirement varies with devices.
Same as the YouTube, Netflix is also a great option for Google Home devices to stream videos online. Offers in-app purchases with one month free Netflix membership subscription.
The app has been rated 4.4/5 stars and installed 500+ million times. The app size and Android version varies with device.
5. Philips Hue
The Philips Hue app is a smart light display controller. It basically controls the lights into the room, switch on/off, changes the color and brightness etc. Offers 16 million colors or shades of any white light with ease. Runs on voice control, wake up and sleep, auto turn on/off, one-tap control.
The app works fine with the Google Home device. Rated 3.3/5 stars and installed over 1 million times. Android version and size varies with device.
6. Todoist: To-do lists for task management & errands
Todoist is one of the best apps for Google Home devices in the to-do list category. The app directly integrated with Google Home devices and Google Assistant. In addition, it also has a Chrome browser extension, an Android/iOS app, and an MS Windows app. It basically offers a to-do list option to organize tasks easily.
Todoist highlights the most important activities based on a daily basis with color coding. It integrates with popular apps like Dropbox, Amazon Alexa, Zapier, IFTTT, and Slack. You can get up to 80 active projects, collaboration features, and organizational features with the free version. You can simply expect most of the productivity options from Todoist.
While the paid version offers features like reminders, task labels, and more. The app has been rated 4.5/5 stars and installed over 10 million times. Size and Android version vary with devices.
You can also check out the list of all available apps for Google Home devices.
There are so many other compatible Google Home Apps available which are not mentioned here. Tell us about your favorite one.