Hot on the heels of its latest feature expansion, which brought Netflix and Google Photos integration, Google Home can now order you pizza.
OK, that's not all it can do. VentureBeat reports that more than 30 organizations, both big and small, have today launched new actions for Google Home. In addition to sending pies directly to your door via Domino's Pizza, you could ask WebMD exactly how much pizza you should be eating, and use And Chill to recommend the perfect Netflix movie for the night.
Here's a sampling of the new Google Home services we're seeing today.
The list is only going to keep growing as more developers adopt Actions on Google, which lets them develop tools and bots for Google Home.
If you're a Google Home owner, let us know which new actions you're using down in the comments!
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