The rise in smart speakers has led many to ask Amazon Echo vs. Google Home: which sounds better?
Smart speakers are all the rage these days. It’s like Siri, but almost kind of better because it seems like it’s more effective. Apple implemented Siri into Apple TV to kind of mimic these types of devices, which I’m quite keen on because I love Apple, but it’s not the same thing as other items. I think these things scare me and they remind me of Ferbies in a way, but there are a lot of cool features that can make them appealing to a lot of people.
Smart speakers use wifi or bluetooth to create audio playback to do very specific tasks. You can get them to speak back to you, play music, or even flicker the lights in your apartment if you’re feeling frisky. There are a lot of options, but Amazon revolutionized this with the Echo. They’re becoming more and more popular and because of this, everyone wants one and everyone wants to figure out the best one for their needs. If you already have an Echo or if you’re on the fence, you should take a look at the best uses for Amazon Echo to see what kinds of things you can do with it.
In order to aggregate some information on these smart speakers, we took a look at PC Advisor, CNET, WireCutter, Android Central, and CIO. The question we’re trying to answer is which device sounds better, but we’re going to go through all the different features to give you a clearer picture of which is better in general. You, of course, want the best for your money, so we wanted to focus on that aspect as well.
Without further ado, let’s learn about the Amazon Echo vs. Google Home to see which sounds better.