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Google Assistant is a digital helper that understands audio commands or questions. Other companies have their digital assistants. For example, Apple has Siri and Amazon has the Alexa assistant. Microsoft also owns the Cortana smart digital assistant. The unique aspect about the Google assistant is its ability to hold a conversation. Other assistants give answers to a single question without answering follow up questions. Google assistant has the ability to hold a conversation. You can ask about specific searches or questions and get answers. Google assistant has the ability to store questions if you are offline, until you can access the Internet. Other online assistants do not have this ability. They work only if you are online. Google assistant also requires the Internet to function. But, it can store queries until there is access to the Internet. Google Home is designed with a feature called My Day. The feature gives you news, weather forecast, traffic, your calendar events, reminders and also any future flight status that you might have. The good news is you are able to customize the My Day feature at any time. When you just get your Google Home device, it only supports a few streaming music services. You can either listen to YouTube Music, Google Play Music, Pandora, and Spotify. Your device will use Google Play Music by default to stream your favorite songs. But if you prefer other options available, you can quickly make the changes under settings on the smart speaker device. This user guide will cover everything it is to know about Google Home devices.