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Business Insider is excited to announce the availability of Google Home for Amazon Echo and Google Home Mini.
Google Home and Google Assistant are both powered by the same platform, and they both make it easier to integrate your home with the world around you.
To make smart-home apps and smart-connected devices, you just need to add the Google Assistant to the Amazon Echo or Google Home, and you can start making smart home experiences today.
Amazon Echo is compatible with most Alexa devices.
Google Home is not.
If you want to start using Google Assistant for smart home devices, the easiest way to do that is to download the Google Home Developer Kit.
You can do this on your Amazon Echo, or Google Assistant on the Google Pixel or Pixel XL, and also on your other Alexa devices like your smart home hub, speakers, smart bulbs, and more.
It’s a great way to get Google Home working in the home, and we’re excited to show you how.
If you’re interested in how Google Assistant works with Amazon Alexa, check out the guide on our site to get started.
The Google Home developer kit can be downloaded for free for a limited time.
Once it’s out, it will be free to use in the Alexa and Google apps, as well as the Google Play Store.
If you’re looking to buy, you can purchase it here .
If you have any questions about how to use it, we’ll be happy to help.
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