How to change the Google Assistant voice on Google Home

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Change Google Assistant voice on Google Home – At default, Google Assistant device have two voice. For me, choosing between the voices used to be a little boring and complicated, because Google had separate interfaces for Google Assistant on the phone and Google Home.

But with the last version of Google Home app, all that has been simplified. Now the Assistant voice you choose for your Home speaker is reflected on all Android phones connected to the same Google account. And there’s a handy color-coded interface within the Home app to choose your favorite one.

Change Google Assistant Voice on Google Home
Google Assistant Voice on Google Home

How to change the Google Home voice on your phone

  1. Open Google Home app on your Smartphone
  2. Tap profile tab (fourth tab from the right).
  3. Under General settings category, tap Settings.
  4. Tap on Assistant tab to the right of Personal info.
  5. Tap on Assistant voice.
  6. And now choose your favorite voice. I like the original “Red” voice.

What google voices are available on Google Home?

The new voices range from soft to deep, from male to female. According to Google, other than the two original male and female voices, all are completely computer-generated, but they sound amazing.

At 2018, an additional six voices were added to the list of Google Assistant, British and Australian options. Here is the list of voice that available to choose for your Google Home:

  • Red
  • Orange
  • Amber
  • Green
  • Cyan
  • Blue
  • Purple
  • Pink
  • British Racing Green
  • Sydney Harbour Blue

Can I use a different voice on my phone than my Google Home speaker?

Bad news, it’s not possible to have a different voice between this device. But you can do it if you have more than one Google Account. You need to register Google Home devices on a different Google account. The newest voices are also limited to U.S. users at the moment, anyone who sets their Assistant’s language to ‘English (U.S.)’