You set up your ($ 99 at Walmart)decorated the halls and covered your house with lights. How could your home become even more festive? By using your Google homepage
Google Assistant has several holiday tricks to help you celebrate the holidays.
Play Christmas Music The most obvious things you can do on Christmas with Google Home is to play your favorite Christmas music. Google Home lets you stream music to Google Play Music, YouTube Music, Spotify, and Pandora.
Just say "OK, google, play Christmas music" and it starts playing standard Christmas music with your standard music service. If you do not always want to hear the same old songs, you can also create a playlist with Google Play Music, YouTube Music, or Spotify, give it a unique title, and play it instead.
If Something Happens to You If you have a Chromecast ($ 35 at Dell Home) you can also put this music on your TV. If you use Google Play Music, you can turn on the Fireplace Visualizer to replace the typical album art.
Control Your Christmas Decoration
With one of the key features of a smart speaker controlling your smart home, you can enhance your Christmas decorations this year by making them smart. All you need are some Google Home Compatibleand your typical power cord lights. Then you can say things like "OK, Google, turn on the Christmas lights" or, "Hey, Google, turn on the Christmas tree."
Now that Google Home can handle two commands at the same time, you can create a shortcut that plays Christmas music when you turn on the decorations.
Google has its own Santa tracker with games and other activities. You can also track the progress and whereabouts of Santa with Google Home. All you have to say is "OK, Google, follow Santa" or, "OK, google, where is Santa right now?"
Before Christmas, Google will tell you what Santa is doing, how to sweep his workshop. As Christmas Eve moves around, you can follow Santa throughout the day.
You can not only track Santa, you can even go to Google Home. Just say "OK, google, call Santa."
When you call Santa Claus, he prepares for a concert and you must help him find the best way by answering a series of questions.
Tell Santa What You Want for Christmas
When you talk to Santa, you usually tell him what you want for Christmas, and you can do it on Google Home. Say, "OK, google, talk to Santas hotline."
This connects you to the man in a red suit. Give him your name and tell him if you were naughty or nice this year. Then tell Santa what's on your wish list on your wish list. Santa sends your list to his elves.
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