Not only that, Google Home has a treasure trove of Halloween Easter eggs (or should we call it Spider Eggs ?), If you're just asking the right questions.
Whether you're looking for tricks or treats on the street, or sitting back and exploring the house, you can turn this Halloween into a hideaway with Google Home.
scare frighteners at the front door
One frightening trick intelligent speakers can do well is that they are small enough to hide on your porch – especially on theor . Stow your intelligent speaker in a basket or behind a bush or broom, and suddenly turn your porch into a soundstage.
When you say "Hey, google, make you scary," a one-hour playlist of spooky sound effects and threatening music starts. If you want to be a bit more specific (and do not have to worry about triggering a new round of scary sounds every hour), YouTube is full of Halloween sound clips that take an hour and more.
Easily search YouTube for "scary sounds" or "Halloween sound effects" from a phone, tablet, or computer and stream the audio over a Bluetooth connection or through the YouTube app or your Chrome Google Home speaker. Browser, through Chromecasting to the speaker via Wi-Fi.
Let everyone make the monster porridge.
If you want your Halloween dance party to catch on in no time, simply say, "Hey google, play Halloween music." If you have not set up a default music service, Google Home launches a YouTube music playlist (with ads). If you want, you can specify a music service such as Spotify or Pandora. Just make sure you've linked your account to your Google homepage.
If you want to control exactly which plays should be performed in which order, you can create a playlist in advance in a music service of your choice and give it a unique name. Just point Google Home, for example, "Play My Halloween 2019 Playlist on Spotify".
Scare your family at bedtime
If you do not use Google Home to prepare yourself for bedtime, you're missing out on one of the best features. But in this season, instead of just asking for a bedtime story, say, "Hey google, tell me a scary story." Google randomly picks a scary story from Google Play Books or Storynory to read to you. But do not worry – these are children's stories, so the level of anxiety is medium to low.
If you do this for a few nights in a row, and you or your family find one or two favorite stories, you can also ask for specific stories by name. Reading the stories usually takes 3 to 10 minutes, so you or the kids do not stay awake after bedtime.
Costume Advice, Crazy Facts, and More
At last, Google Home has a number of Halloween surprises to offer. "Hey Google, what should I be for Halloween?" Google Assistant will ask you to ask a series of questions about the stupid personality, such as: B. "Do you think a black cape is the right dress for a wedding?" Then your answers will be tabulated and you will receive a personalized costume recommendation as well as instructions for putting together.
If you want to know more about the origins of various mythical monsters, ask, "OK, Google, tell me facts about monsters." Google gives you an overview of everything from werewolves and vampires to more obscure creatures like Selkies and Bokkenrijdern.
Here are a few more questions and commands that will help you get entertaining answers from Google Home on Halloween. Try it out and let us know in the comments if you find more.
- "Hey, Google, who are you going to call?"
- "OK, Google, Happy Halloween!"
- "Hey, Google, What's your favorite candy?"
- "OK, Google, what's the most popular scary movie?"
- "Hey, Google, who would win between a werewolf and a vampire?"  "OK, Google, Freddy vs. Jason Who Wins?"
- "Hey, Google, why are the leaves changing colors?"
- "OK, Google, what are you going to be for Halloween?"
- Hey, Google, where's the next pumpkin patch? "
- " OK, Google, how many days until Halloween? "
- " Hey, Google, what does a werewolf sound like? "
- " OK, Google, Boo! "
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