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It’s a Dystopian World: Handy Will Set up Google Home

Perhaps you have lived a few years where all your home electronics have been individualized, or in other words, small silos from one another. With the entrance of smart home software and hardware, such as Amazon’s Alexa and Google Home, you should ensure that all your devices are hooked up through the Handy smart home set up feature. All you need to do is access the app or desktop interface in which you can then schedule an appointment for yourself, always backed up by the Handy Happiness Guarantee. If you’re not happy with your service, you are bound to get your money’s worth back.


Examples of what you can get hooked up is security cameras and smart locks for your home, which if you are someone living in Silicon Valley and are part of Walmart’s in-fridge delivery market test with August lock—then this is something that you surely want to be installed in your perfect oasis from the rest of your bustling life. Having help is great and hand when it’s around your home, but you don’t want it to incriminate on your own privacy.


What’s up with Google’s Home and Amazon Echo, and why are these home assisting devices something that everyone is coveting? They can be used to play music throughout the house, read over your texts or search and recite over your favorite recipe as you mix away your cookie batter. Think of this appliance that looks very much like an essential oil diffuser as your handy best friend who is always there to help. That’s why it’s fitting that Handy services such products, since their mission is to constantly make the world a better place by lending out a helping hand.


This product can be imaginably great for kids who want to record their ultimate TV episodes without dabbing away at the remote control. One major difference between Amazon’s and Google’s version of the assistant is that Amazon doesn’t have any problems hearing you. However, it is vital to also consider that Amazon’s Echo has been around for much longer than Google. It is thus probably that Google, being the king of search engines, is in the process of improving and altering its product so that it can eventually hear more high-pitched voices (often children and women) at the same time it plays music. Whether you decided to go with one or the other, Handy is sure to get you started in your futuristic—and in no way dystopian (think Big Brother is hearing you?) home upgrades.