Here's the side-by-side with me asking (and no, Alexa couldn't get it when asked alone): My wife decided to try tricking Google Home by asking for British chef Delia Smith's mince pie recipe. Google Home again had an answer where Alexa didn't: Companion app provides additional information Of course, filling out a recipe verbally is nigh on impossible for most cooks, unless you have a good memory. This is where Google Home offers another great feature. For complex answers, it sends a link to the companion Google Home
app on your phone, so you can check out the source site in more detail: Link to the Google Home app The companion apps for Google Home and Amazon Echo both keep track of all your queries. The difference with Google Home is that you get these types of fax number list additional information links. For more on this, especially for SEOs and search marketers, check out my other story: How Google Home Turns Voice Responses Into Clickable Links. Welcome home, Google Home In the end, Google Home convinced my wife. “
Yes, I would buy that on Amazon Echo,” she remarked. Meanwhile, my son has given up trying to trick him and instead progressed to getting Google Home and Amazon Echo to continually talk to each other: How to get Google Home and Amazon Echo to talk to each other in an infinite loop is my article on how you can do it yourself, if you have both devices and want to contribute more to the dismal increase in the abuse of artificial intelligence and robots.