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How to hide, favorite, and share photos from your Google Home Hub (and other Smart Displays)

Saturday, December 15th, 2018

One of the best uses of the Google Home Hub, or any another Smart Display (Lenovo's or the JBL Link View), is as a smart digital photo album. I've already shared with you the steps to set this up plus tips to make the most of Live Albums, but there are a few new hidden capabilities that make it easier to interact with the photos once they're showing on your Smart Display.

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How to hide, favorite, and share photos from your Google Home Hub (and other Smart Displays) was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

Beware when buying third-party Google Assistant speakers and Smart Displays, updates and features are not equal

Monday, December 3rd, 2018

Another year, another category of Google-compatible products has flooded the market. A few years ago, it was the Chromecast, then it was the Google Home and Home Mini, and now it's the Google Home Hub. With every first-party release comes a slew of third-party alternatives, boasting the same features, same integrations, same functions, but with different designs and prices. On paper, they should be equal to Google's, but time and time again, we've learned that they're not.

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Beware when buying third-party Google Assistant speakers and Smart Displays, updates and features are not equal was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

Beware when buying third-party Google Assistant speakers and Smart Displays, updates and features are not equal

Monday, December 3rd, 2018

Another year, another category of Google-compatible products has flooded the market. A few years ago, it was the Chromecast, then it was the Google Home and Home Mini, and now it's the Google Home Hub. With every first-party release comes a slew of third-party alternatives, boasting the same features, same integrations, same functions, but with different designs and prices. On paper, they should be equal to Google's, but time and time again, we've learned that they're not.

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Beware when buying third-party Google Assistant speakers and Smart Displays, updates and features are not equal was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

JBL Link View smart display is just $150 at Verizon ($100 off)

Saturday, November 24th, 2018

Google's Home Hub and the Lenovo's Smart Display might be the most popular Assistant-based smart displays this Black Friday — we figured the hardest decision people would have was between the two — but they're not the only Assistant-game in town. JBL's Link View is an option for those that prioritize audio over video. And if you want to pick one up for cheap, Verizon has it for just $150 right now.

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JBL Link View smart display is just $150 at Verizon ($100 off) was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

How to set up Live Albums and recent photo highlights on Google Home Hub (and other Smart Displays)

Saturday, October 20th, 2018

Live Albums were one of the most appealing features announced last week for Google Home Hub and other Smart Displays. They let you create a dynamic album from your Google Photos that automatically updates and contains photos of specific people in your life. The ability to make Live Albums rolled out to the Photos app, but it wasn't until yesterday that the albums started working properly in Ambient Mode on Smart Displays.

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How to set up Live Albums and recent photo highlights on Google Home Hub (and other Smart Displays) was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

Tip: Google Assistant Smart Displays have accessibility settings for color inversion, captions, TalkBack, and more

Saturday, October 6th, 2018

Whether your already bought the Lenovo Smart Display or JBL Link View, or you're thinking about getting Google's rumored Home Hub, you may be wondering whether that gadget — like many others in your life — offers any accessibility settings for people with disabilities. The answer is yes.

To get to the accessibility settings of your Smart Display, you need to head over to the Google Home app, tap the Devices icon on the top right, and scroll to find your display.

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Tip: Google Assistant Smart Displays have accessibility settings for color inversion, captions, TalkBack, and more was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

[Deal Alert] Grab a JBL Link View smart display for $200 ($50 off)

Sunday, September 30th, 2018

Assistant smart displays are a fairly new product, but we're already starting to see discounts on some. JBL is knocking $50 off its offering, the Link View, meaning that you only need to fork over $199.95 to get your own smart display.

If you want to more about this visual means of interacting with Assistant, be sure to check out our review. Being from JBL, it boasts great sound. Sure, there are some things to work out with Assistant on displays like these, but the use case is there and it's quite likely that Google will continue to improve the experience over time.

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[Deal Alert] Grab a JBL Link View smart display for $200 ($50 off) was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

JBL Link View review: Great sound from JBL, but Smart Displays still have a long way to go

Tuesday, September 18th, 2018

Smart displays aren't for everyone. They're not exactly tablets, but they look like ones and are both less and more useful, depending on how you look at them. With far superior sound and always listening mics, they act as a smart speaker for your home; but without real apps or a fully functional browser, you hit some roadblocks while using them and wish they could do just a little bit more.

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JBL Link View review: Great sound from JBL, but Smart Displays still have a long way to go was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

Tip: Hide personal results from your Smart Display if you don’t want to spoil surprises or share your content recommendations

Saturday, September 15th, 2018

Having a Google Assistant Smart Display, such as the LenovoJBL Link ViewLG ThinQ WK9, is very convenient around the house. But if you don't pay attention, you may end up with unwanted privacy concerns because of the mere fact that these displays don't differentiate between people looking at them. They know voices and will only respond to you, but they don't know faces. If there's a personal card on the homescreen, anyone can read it or tap it to see more.

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Tip: Hide personal results from your Smart Display if you don't want to spoil surprises or share your content recommendations was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

Tip: You can video call your Smart Display at home from your phone (with both on the same Duo account)

Sunday, September 9th, 2018

If you have one of the fancy new Assistant Smart Displays, be it the already available Lenovo or the soon-to-be-released JBL Link View, odds are you're going to set up Duo on it and use it for video calls. One neat feature that you may not be aware of, though, is that you can video call your display from your phone, with both set up to use the same Duo account.

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Tip: You can video call your Smart Display at home from your phone (with both on the same Duo account) was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

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