Google Home finally gets Google Play Movies support

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It has since made its way to many devices but Sony's headphones had yet to receive support and that has finally happened today. That said, it's also specifically noted that Google Home can initiate playback of movies and TV content on a TV with Chromecast plugged in or built-in, so this probably won't initiate playback on the screen of your phone or tablet.

The ability to have Google Assistant play Movies from your Google Play Movies and TV library is getting closer with Google launching the feature in the United States overnight.

Users can already trigger assistant on most compatible headphones by tapping and holding on the call button but proper integration brings a variety of features such as push-to-talk and the ability to work with Assistant on iOS devices.

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The company has now rolled out firmware update version 2.0.2 for its WH-1000XM2 over-ear headphones and WI-1000X in-ear neckband earphones. The company promised Assistant integration for WF-1000X, WH-CH900N, and h.ear on 2 WH-900N and these are next in line to get the update.

A pop-up in the Sony Headphones Connect app will alert you once the update's arrived, and after upgrading your headphones' software to v2.0.0, the Google Assistant will be fully integrated into them.

To get it working, after updating your headset's software, you can change the noise cancellation / ambient button to trigger Google Assistant instead. This means users with the update will be able to have notifications read out aloud by the Assistant.

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