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Google Home is finally getting a feature that its users have been clamoring for since it launched last year: it can now distinguish between different voices..
Google Home is finally getting a feature that its users have been clamoring for since it launched last year: it can now distinguish between different voices and reply with personalized responses. Until now, you could only connect a single account to a Google Home, and that meant you could only get info about one person’s calendar, for example. If you’re single or don’t have roommates, that’s perfectly fine, but the moment you live with somebody else, that’s a pretty obvious problem.
With today’s update, which should be rolling out in the U. S. as you read this (and which is coming to the U. K. in the coming months), up to six people can share a Google Home. So now, when you ask your morning commute, you’ll get the info about your route and not your spouse’s.

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