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Integrations: Google Home

Google Home integration with Airthings.

Updated over a week ago

*Please note: Like our other integrations, you will need to have a Wi-Fi-enabled monitor or a Bluetooth monitor connected to a Hub for full functionality.

Due to Conversational Actions via Google Assistant being discontinued by Google, Airthings has decided to introduce Google Home as a compatible integration!

The value of this integration lies in asking your Google Home devices/ Google Assistant devices about your air quality.

Some example prompts you can ask your Google Home devices include:

  • "What's the humidity in the bathroom?"

  • "What's the air quality of the kitchen?"

  • "What's the CO2 level in the bedroom?"

Getting started

Installing the app

Visit the iOS App Store or the Android Play Store to download the Google Home app and sign in with your Google account. Follow the simple onboarding instructions provided by the app upon first launching it.

How to set up Google Home Integration with your monitor(s):

  1. Go to the Google Home app

  2. Go to Devices

  3. Select "Add"

  4. Choose "Works with Google"

  5. Select Airthings from the list

  6. You will be prompted to log in and link your Airthings account (agree to access so Google can access the sensor data information)

  7. Your Airthings monitors will be added as Devices in the Google Home app and also within the Home section under "Climate"

  8. Now you can begin asking any of your Google Home devices about your air quality!

*Note - Radon is not supported by Google Home so you can't ask about it specifically. However, if you ask about the overall air quality of a room/monitor, it will include radon along with the other relevant sensors (same as overall status in-app/according to the LED light on the monitor).

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