Here’s a quick list of Google Home’s supported apps at launch


Google is finally picking up the pace when it comes to getting into the IoT market, as Google Home debuts on November 4th. When it was first unveiled back at Google I/O this year we were curious to see what Google plans to do in the space. Check out our brief hands-on with the device to see our initial impressions.

At launch, the device will have support for several music services and other apps. Google finally released a full list of supported apps at launch. While there’s no public API for Google Home for developers to tie app support yet hopefully, it’s something Google will consider releasing in the future.

Google Home Supported Apps


  • Google Play Music
  • YouTube Music
  • Spotify
  • Pandora
  • TuneIn

Smart home

  • Google Chromecast
  • Nest Thermostats
  • Phillips Hue
  • Samsung SmartThings
  • IF by IFTTT
  • TV and Audio (Chromecast or Google Cast TV required)
  • YouTube


  • Google Calendar
  • Google Keep
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