Remember Google Home? Yes, it’s that funky new Amazon Echo-like device that Google announced together with those new Pixel smartphones a while back. The revamped and improved Google Assistant was supposed to be quite a thing to behold and use, but the lack of apps and services supported by Google Home nullified the talents of this new tech. Well, here are 34 new apps and services that Google is adding to Google Home.

Through the Google Home app, Google Home users can now add these new apps and services and access them through the “Ok Google” voice trigger. Included in the new apps are Todoist, the Wall Street Journal app, and a gaggle of new games.

Here’s the complete list of Google Home’s new supported apps and games:
– 21 Blackjack
– Akinator the genie
– Anchor
– And Chill
– Argus
– Ask Jelly
– busuu – language learning
– CNBC
– Domino’s
– Eliza
– ELLE Horoscopes by The Astro Twins
– FitStar Personal Trainer
– Food Network
– Genius
– Headspace
– HuffPost Headline Quiz
– itcher
– Lonely Planet
– NBC News
– NPR One
– Number Genie
– Product Hunt
– Quora
– Quotery
– SongPop
– Sub War
– Tender
– The Bartender
– The Wall Street Journal
– Todoist
– Trivia Blast
– VentureBeat News
– WebMD
– Wonder

All you have to do is access the app via the specific voice trigger “Ok Google, talk to [specific app]”. So for instance, you can go “Ok Google, talk to Domino’s and get my easy order”. Check out the new apps and see if this makes Google Home a bit better now.

VIA: 9 to 5 Google