In the last few years, other manufacturers have also been working hard on new smart home equipment such as thermostats, lights and even bathtubs. In turn, Google has always made sure these new technologies are able to play nicely with its in-house Assistant.
Google is keeping up its consistency by adding support for smart beds, wardrobes, drawers and robotic lawnmowers to the Assistant in addition to a swathe of kitchen appliances.
As noted by Android Police, Google has updated its smart home developer page to include wardrobes, drawers, beds, lawnmowers and radiators. That means if you’re rocking a fully-fledged smart home you can make the most of these features now.
Of course, the functionality for each piece of smart equipment using the Google Assistant will vary depending on the type of device in question. Google’s developer page notes wardrobes and drawers can be opened and closed “potentially in more than one direction”.