Search giant Google has announced a new feature for the Google Assistant, giving it access to the data stored in a property database that can help it make a smarter property selection.
Google Home is a new home assistant that will automatically launch its services and applications when users sign in to their Google account, with a new interface that will allow it to take control of any properties in the Google database.
It’s not yet clear what this means for Google Home in terms of the property search interface, but the company’s own search engine seems to be aware of the possibility and it will let users know if they have more information to share in the future.
This means Google Home will be able to ask properties owners to help it understand the data, whether that information is helpful in making a better property selection or not.
It also means that property search will be more powerful in the home assistant’s future, with the option of filtering queries based on a property’s size or other properties that might have been included in the property database.
The Google Home team said the new feature will be available “later this month” on the Google app for Android and iOS.
In an accompanying blog post, Google Home said it has been testing the feature for several months, but “no release date has been announced”.
It added that “property search is a big step forward in helping developers understand the real estate market and help consumers get more information for making the right decision”.
This will allow the Home assistant to make better decisions when making property decisions, especially as property data becomes more and more valuable.
Google’s Assistant has been used by many of the major tech companies and is one of the most important parts of Google Home’s interface.
Google Assistant searches through thousands of properties to help you find the best place to live, and the Home’s search capabilities are one of its most powerful features.
The Home also has a new “search history” section, which gives the assistant access to a search history from previous searches and shows how you searched for properties, compared to the average person.
The Home will also be able search through a property and other information on the property, with an additional feature that will help property owners find other data that could help them better understand the property.
This includes information like property taxes, land prices and more.
Google’s move into the property data market will make property search more relevant and useful to developers, and more of them will be interested in its new feature.
The Home team has said that this will give it a big edge over other search engines, because the Assistant can already provide a better user experience for developers.
Google also announced plans to improve its data security.
It has created an “integrity and privacy team” to review and enforce its policies, including data retention and privacy policies.