Google has announced some tremendous products in the past which are widely appreciated as well as used. Some of them are Gmail, Google Chrome and the most-recent one being Google Home. However, one of the latest to be added to this list is the Google Assistant. Now, it is debatable but most of the users agree that Google Assistant is currently the best virtual assistant among others like Bixby, Siri, Cortana etc. Most of these virtual assistants have a smart device which also acts as a speaker. Same way, Google Assistant also has a device named Google Home.
Now, we know that Google Home comes in three variants namely Google Home Mini, Google Home and Google Home Max. Google Home Mini is a doughnut-shaped speaker used for smaller rooms whereas Google Home is suitable for larger areas too.
Google Home Max, however, is a full blast speaker suitable for parties as well. Now, Google Assistant has been working in many languages and not just limited to English which includes Spanish as well. However, Google Home did not have this Spanish speaking feature until now. That is not true anymore as Google announces Spanish language speaking functionality for Google Home
To add to that, Google Home now has three localized versions of Spanish. One for Spain, another for Mexico and one for the US as well. This announcement comes as Google Home and Home Mini were launched in Spain last week with Spanish support right out of the box.
Apart from Spain, Google is also launching the Google Home devices in Mexico as well very soon. If you are a Spanish speaker, you can easily change your language settings on the Google Assistant. Also, Google plans to add multilingual support very soon which means you don’t need to change languages every time you speak in different languages.