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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.

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.

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