Google Home has a lot going for it, but one area that is in constant need of improvement for any voice assistant is official tie-ins with third-party services. After all, it’s not just Google’s in-house services that we use every day. Keep reading for the full list of services that Google Home supports…

The following list is via the Google Home support documentation, and we’ll update this post as the list is updated.

Control by voice


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

Smart home

  • Nest Thermostats
  • Philips Hue
  • Samsung SmartThings
  • Honeywell
  • Belkin Wemo
  • If This Then That, by IFTTT

Streaming devices

  • Google Chromecast (Chromecast, Chromecast Audio, Chromecast Ultra)
  • Vizio
  • Toshiba
  • Philips
  • Sony
  • Bang & Olufson
  • B&O PLAY
  • Grundig
  • Polk Audio

Videos and Photos (Chromecast or TV with Chromecast built-in required)

  • YouTube
  • Netflix
  • Google Photos


  • Google Calendar
  • Google Keep

Games and Fun

  • Mad Libs

Third-party created services

Control by Chromecast-enabled app

It’s worth noting that this isn’t exactly the full list of services that Google Home supports. If you want to use your Google Home with even more services, you can use the IFTTT integration to control just about any service that ties in with that — and that’s just about everything.

List updated on 2/28/2017

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