Google Home, the connected speaker, is about to be updated to support a new smart home feature that can turn your home into a home theater.
The company is adding a new feature to the software that lets users control and monitor their home through the Amazon Alexa app, Google announced in a blog post on Thursday.
The new feature allows users to control and use Amazon’s Alexa devices on their home’s TV.
In addition to voice control, users can control the thermostat and thermostats in the home, and control the lights and bulbs in the house, the company said.
The Home app is expected to roll out to the Amazon Echo Show, Echo Dot, Echo Tap, Echo Max, and Echo Dot Plus on the next few days.
The company is also working to update the Amazon Tap to work with Amazon Alexa, but that is expected soon.
Google Home will be a major addition to the Echo line, with Amazon offering an Echo Show with a $200 price tag.
The Echo Show offers the Echo speaker, a 12-inch LED LCD screen, an Alexa-enabled smart speaker, and a wireless remote.
Amazon is also introducing the Echo Dot with a 7-inch screen, a wireless speaker, remote, and Alexa.