The Assistant Google Home and other Nest speakers are great devices. These allow you to control your smart home devices, play your favorite songs, and even make purchases with Google Home Payments – all with simple voice commands.
You can order products from various Google Shopping retailers, if they are available in your area. There are a number of them – check out the full list here – but the most notable are (obviously) the Google Store, Whole Foods, Costco, PetSmart, Walgreens, Guitar Center, and Kohl’s.
If you have a Google Home page and want to use your voice to buy something, follow the instructions below. Note, however, that this functionality is currently only available in the United States.
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Step by step instructions:
- Download and open the Google Home app.
- In the top right, tap your account picture.
- Go to Assistant Settings> Payments,
- Tap the Next Button.
- Now you have to choose your default payment method.
- If you’ve already saved a default payment method, select it and tap Next.
- If you need to add a new payment method, tap Add a credit or debit card. Enter your card number, billing information, and phone number, and then tap to save.
- Now it’s time to choose your delivery address.
- If you’ve already saved a default delivery address, select it and then tap Next.
- If you need to add a new delivery address, tap Add new address. Enter your name, shipping address, and phone number, and then tap to save.
- Add a level of security.
- Go back to Payment Options and toggle the option on Check it is you before paying Possibility.
- You can now choose whether you want to Confirm with Voice Match or Confirm with fingerprint or face.
That’s it! You are now ready to make Google Home payments. Remember, you can only order through Google Shopping retailers. Depending on your delivery area, different delivery days may be displayed depending on the retailer you order from. To check if Google Shopping is available near you, click here.
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