Alarm.com Announces Google Home Integration
Users can now ask Google to ‘secure my home’ with Alarm.com’s latest voice-control integration.
Users will be able to arm and disarm their security systems by speaking to the Google Home device. Users have the option of requiring a four-digit PIN to disarm the security system.
Other abilities include unlocking doors, checking the status of devices, changing the temperature and controlling whole groups of devices such as lights.
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Since the beginning of the year, the Google Home has been severely lacking in the integration department compared to the Amazon Echo. However, Google has announced a slew of new integrations over the past few months and most recently at its 2017 I/O developer festival.
Perhaps these recent integrations will help sway more consumers into purchasing voice assistants.
Examples of Alarm.com Voice Commands for Google Home:
“Okay Google, ask Alarm.com to arm the security system.”
“Okay Google, ask Alarm.com to open the garage with (PIN).”
“Okay Google, ask Alarm.com: is the security system armed?”
“Okay Google, ask Alarm.com to switch on the office lights.”
For more commands and information, check out this Alarm.com blog post.
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