Google Home, the $300 home automation device, will get an upgrade this week.
Google announced today that the $30 smart speaker, which is set to launch in the US later this year, will now offer themes built from Google Material Design templates, a major upgrade from previous versions of the product.
Google has also added a number of new themes for use with Google Home.
The company is also working on its own set of templates that will let developers build custom themes for Home.
Google’s Home will now be able to support multiple languages and use a number the company says is up to 50 percent more efficient than the default templates.
Google also announced today a new “premium” theme for Home, which will include templates from a variety of developers.
Google Home can be configured to work on multiple devices at once, and will have access to up to six different languages, including German, English, Japanese, French, Spanish, Portuguese, and Chinese.
It can also connect to Home’s cloud storage to make offline storage easy.
Google Home can also sync audio and video to the cloud for offline playback.
The home automation software will also have access the company’s built-in Google Now voice assistant and a web browser.
Google also announced a new set of free, low-cost templates, and a new home automation app for Android.
The Home and Google app will have the ability to automatically update and configure Home’s templates, as well as add a home automation module to Home.
Home will also be able control its Home app on the Google Home platform and the Google Play store.
The app can also be downloaded and installed directly from Google’s Google Play site.