Sonos will launch Google Assistant on its smart speakers next week

After months of beta testing, Sonos is almost ready to deploy Google Assistant on its Sonos One and Sonos Beam smart speakers. In today's quarterly earnings chart to shareholders, Sonos CEO Patrick Spence confirmed that the company plans to launch Assistant next week. The functionality will be launched in the US UU Initially, "with more markets in the coming months," Spence said.

"This feature will really elevate the customer experience and marks the first time that consumers will be able to buy one with a single smart speaker and choose which voice assistant they want to use." We believe that giving consumers the choice is always the decision It's right, and we anticipate that this philosophy will be adopted in the industry over time. "Both the One and the Sonos Beam are shipped out of the box with built-in support for Amazon's Alexa.

Sonos promised to bring Google Assistant to your Sonos One speaker when that device was first announced in October 2017, but making this happen has proven to be a time-consuming task, the company did not reach its goal by 2018, but it showed that Google Assistant was working on your hardware earlier this year at CES Now, it looks like the Wizard integration is ready for all Sonos customers with one of the two speakers enabled for voice. Sonos also supports AirPlay 2 in its latest products, allowing users to play music through Siri on their iOS device.

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