Published: Thu, September 13, 2018
Industry | By Terrell Bush

Google Home Could Soon Help You Sleep at Night

Google Home Could Soon Help You Sleep at Night

Google's Digital Wellbeing initiative could soon be on its way to Google Home, according to a report from 9to5Google.

In Google Calendar, Digital Wellbeing can automatically enable Do-Not-Disturb mode for calendar invitations and events, while on YouTube it tracks the number of videos you're watching. After Digital Wellbeing feature in Android Pie, we are going to see it next in Google Assistant and the Google Home.

In the Google App 8.20, the company has made some major tweaks under the section called "Home". There's also a new "filters" feature, which likely refers to parental controls to censor inappropriate content.

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"Filters", meanwhile, appears set to replace Family Mode and may limit what kids are allowed to search for, or prevent them from playing some voice-based games. While the correct performance is rarely for certain obvious, there's a Downtime characteristic that could presumably presumably quit other folk from the usage of Dwelling at particular instances of the day, a lot like after they're winding down at the kill of the night.

The smart assistant can recognize as many as six voices and provide personalized answers for each speaker.

Considering the massive reach of Google Home and increasing dependability on Google Assistant, it's no surprise that Google App was the next choice for adding less screen time features.

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