A lot of manufacturers of smart appliance apps suppose the users to still click on the buttons in order to take control over your home, but not the ones from LG. It is planning to present voice control powered by Google Assistant to its ThinQ app (that was earlier termed as SmartThinQ) in order to have control over all of its connected appliances, included in the list are washing machine, oven and fridge. By this time, you are able to use Assistant on other platforms not on the app, but the users get more flexibility from this — in a central place, you can control it both by voice and manually. Multiple tasks can be done at the same time, you can ask the AC to set the right temperature, while at the same time. checking the exact time left on the washer.
In August, the company will offer this app for the first time in South Korea. The people in Europe are supposed to receive it in the next year, 2020, whereas, the people in North America will have it in the fourth quarter and ending time of 2019. This thing is most sensible on condition that you are all-in on LG appliances (the final target of LG, undoubtedly), but the people may like it in case they are fed up of juggling apps in order to get control even one device.
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