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Ruud Caris

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The Google Home ecosystem has more and more possibilities and we see more and more manufacturers adding support. That is why we have made a list of 25 Google Home devices for you, of which you can be sure that they work particularly well with this Google service.

Google Home: The Ecosystem

The term Google Home is often used for several things, so let's first define what exactly it means in this article.

Google Home is the search giant's platform that allows you to manage, customize and set up your smart home system. Google itself releases a number of products for this, often under the name Google Nest, but there are also more and more manufacturers who are launching Google Home products.

In addition to the fact that these smart products work via their own app, they can also be used on the Google Home platform.

In this article I share a whole list of products that work with Google Home, ranging from Google Home lamps to smart doorbells, but also smoke detectors. For example, you can Link Google Home to TV.

This is not a complete list, but a summary of well-functioning products that I have often extensively tested myself.

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Google Home products: the basics

If you're reading this article, you probably have one or more products that work within Google Home. For example, this could be a Google Nest Hub or Google Nest mini, but also a Google Nest thermostat or Nest protect (smoke detector).

To make full use of Google Home, I first advise you to purchase or use one of the following products. This makes the ecosystem much more versatile and you can also give voice commands, for example.

  • Google Nest Hub – Perhaps my favorite of this list: this smart speaker with screen offers many possibilities. This makes it not only possible to use voice control (Hey Google), play music, but there is also a screen. This can be used for operation via the touchscreen, but also, for example, to connect camera streams or a smart doorbell. Please note, this does not work with all doorbells.
  • Google Nest Mini – This small, smart device serves as a speaker, but can also be used to give voice commands. If you don't know very well what you can do with your smart home, or simply don't have that much budget (or don't want to spend), then the Google Nest mini is a good starting point.
  • Smart home or tablet* – Perhaps an open goal, but if you want to use Google Home products, make sure you have a smartphone or tablet on which you can install the Google Home app. It does not matter here whether this is an Android or iOS (iPhone or iPad).

* Mandatory – Actually, you cannot do without a smartphone or tablet for Google Home, but fortunately it is usually already present.

Let's continue with what you came for: an overview of Google Home products. I have split these into different categories, so below you can expect the following Google Home devices:

  • Smart bulbs for Google Home
  • Google Home doorbell
  • Google Home smart speakers
  • Smart plugs for Google Home
  • Smoke detectors that work with Google Home
  • Google Home Smart locks
  • Cameras for Google Home
  • Other Google Home products

Google Home lamps

Smart lamps are often a first step when you get started with smart home and that makes sense. Controlling lighting with your smartphone, tablet or smart speaker is of course very handy. Especially if you can also automate some things here.

There are therefore many Google Home lamps available, so you have plenty of choice for which manufacturer you go. At the time of writing, Google itself does not offer its own products in this category, but there is more than enough available.

With these lamps for Google Home, we see that they can be used with their own app and part of these functions are reflected in Google Home. Especially automating or combining different brands can be done very easily via Google's smart home platform.

Below is a list of Google Home lamps, where I also immediately indicate which one is my personal favorite.

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Philips Hue

Philips Hue is perhaps the best-known smart lamp brand and rightly so. If you are looking for Google Home lamps, then Hue is my first recommendation. Installation is very simple, but operation is also intuitive via both the Hue app and the Google Home app.

In addition, Philips Hue offers a large collection of smart lamps with different fittings, the option to build in or even to use in the garden. This makes these particularly suitable Google Home devices.

Philips Hue Google Home


Many options
Works particularly well with Google Home
Good working app
Large assortment


If you want to spend a little less, the lamps from Wiz are also extremely suitable. This affordable smart lamp series naturally also works with Google Home, but also offers a well-functioning own app.

With WiZ you can choose from several different lamps, so you generally always have to find a suitable fitting. With Wiz you buy affordable Google Home lamps in any case.

Wiz Affordable option

Affordable smart bulbs
Different models available
Good working app


This may not be the lamp series you expect in this list, but you can do a lot of cool things with Nanoleaf. The Lines series in particular has a lot of potential, but the other models also give a unique look to the room,

Nanoleaf is known for giving a special light experience and it also works together with Google Home. If you really want to go in-depth with your lamps, the Nanoleaf app is best suited for that.

So if you want something further than the standard bulb or built-in LED, Nanoleaf is certainly an interesting option as a lamp for Google Home.

Nanoleaf Google Home

Nanoleaf Unique looks

Unique style smart bulbs
Almost infinite possibilities
Good working app

However, there are many more lamps that work well with Google Home. Therefore, below is a list to complete the overview.

View all Smart bulbs that work with Google Home

Google Home doorbell

Another frequently used smart home application: the smart doorbell. This makes it possible to make your front door a lot smarter.

There are various doorbells available, but nowadays most are equipped with a camera, so that you can see in real time (or afterwards) who is at the door. This is almost always linked to a smart app, but it is also possible to connect a smart doorbell to Google Home.

There are actually two different options here:

  1. Direct stream on screen after ringing the bell – When the doorbell rings, the live stream of the doorbell is immediately visible on the Google Home hub. At the time of writing, there is only one doorbell that can do that: the Google Nest Doorbell
  2. Bell sound from Google Home speaker – As soon as the bell rings, you will also hear it ring via, for example, the Google Nest mini or another speaker. Practically every smart doorbell can do this.
  3. Activate live stream by voice command – A number of other doorbells can do this, so that after, for example, 'Ok Google, show the doorbell', you can see the live stream of your smart bell on the Google Nest Hub is displayed.

So do you have one Google Nest hub and if you want to make optimal use of the smart doorbell functionality in Google Home, the Nest doorbell is the only good option at the moment.

But there are many more Google Home smart doorbells that work together with Google Assistant. For example, consider:

  • Google Nest doorbell
  • Eufy video doorbell (2k)
  • Arlo Essential

Google Nest doorbell

If you really want to get the most out of the integration of Google Home and your smart doorbell, the Google Nest doorbell is the most suitable. This allows you to directly view the image on the Google Nest Hub magic as soon as the bell rings.

In addition, this model of the Google Nest Doorbell is also equipped with a battery, so that it can be connected both wired and 'wireless'. The battery lasts about 1,5 – 2 months with normal use, according to my own experiences. Of course, this depends on the notification settings.

The Google Nest doorbell is therefore extremely suitable as a Google Home smart doorbell, and therefore also my recommendation in this. If you really want to get the most out of this product, you need to take out a subscription, which allows you to look back at images for 10 or 30 days. The costs for this are from € 5 per month.

Nest doorbell Best choice

Only doorbell that works really well with Google Nest Home Hub
Operates on battery or wired
Good working app

Eufy video doorbell 2K

De Eufy video doorbell 2K is loved by many and the reason for that is actually quite simple: it's just a good doorbell that doesn't require a subscription.

If you buy the Eufy video doorbell 2K, you buy a so-called Homebase with it. That is your base station, where all information and therefore also the images are stored. This means you always have local storage and you don't need a subscription.

Also read: this is how you can connect Eufy and Google Home

De Eufy video doorbell can be connected to Google Home, with which the images can be called up on the Nest Home Hub.

Google Home Eufy doorbell

Eufy video doorbell No subscription required

Local storage, so no subscription required
Operates on battery or wired
Good working app

Arlo Essential

Arlo is also no stranger to doorbells and the Arlo Essential hangs on many front doors. If you buy a smart hub with the Arlo Essential, you can also enjoy local storage of the images. You also have the option of purchasing a subscription to also store the images in the cloud.

The Arlo Essential can be connected wired and wireless (make sure you choose the right model). In addition, we see that the Arlo is often on sale, so this is also something to keep an eye on.

The Arlo Essential works – of course – with Google Home, but like Eufy, it is somewhat limited in its functionality.

Arlo Essential Affordable

Local storage
Works wired and wireless
Often on offer

Ring video doorbell? Better not…

Ring is perhaps the best-known brand of smart doorbells and there are several 'Rings' available. But why is there no Ring in this list?

Ring belongs to Amazon and Amazon makes Alexa, also a smart assistant and actually a competitor to Google Assistant. That's not to say Ring doesn't work with Google Home, but the integration is mediocre. So if you want a smart doorbell for Google's smart home system, Ring is not the best choice.

Connecting the two services is possible, but there are some snags. Read all about it here Ring and Google Home.

To complete the list, below are a number of Google Home smart doorbells.

View all smart doorbells for Google Home

  • Eufy Video Doorbell Dual 2 Pro
  • Eufy Video Doorbell Slim
  • Arlo Wire Free
  • Nordval SH105
  • Ezviz Battery Powered 2K+
  • Ezviz DB1 ​​Pro
  • Ezviz DB1C
  • Hombli Smart doorbell
  • View all smart doorbells for Google Home

Most brands make Google Home devices that simply work well together, but that is less so with Ring. That's not a bad thing, but it's nice to know this in advance. So if you are considering purchasing a Ring doorbell, you may be better off opting for Amazon Alexa.

100+ devices for Google Home

There are many, many more devices you can link to Google Home. To make this simple, I've listed products that can be connected to Google Home.

Smart thermostats for Google Home

It can be very useful to link your smart thermostat to Google Home. This way you can, for example, adjust the temperature with your voice.

View an overview of all thermostats suitable for Google Home here!

  • Tado smart thermostat
  • Google Nest thermostat
  • Bosch EasyControl
  • Netatmo smart thermostat
  • Honeywell Lyric T6
  • Honeywell Lyric T6R
  • Somfy radiator tap
  • Honeywell Home Round connected
  • And more…

Google Home smoke detectors

From July 1, 2022, smoke detectors are mandatory and if you do have to purchase one, why not immediately get a smart smoke detector that can be connected to Google Home.

Below are the options for a smart smoke detector that can be used with Google Home!

Overview of all Google Home smoke detectors

  • Netatmo smart smoke detector
  • SomfyProtect
  • Nest Protect
  • Click-to-click-off ZCO-900
  • Gigaset smoke detector 2.0 OneX
  • And more…

Google Home cameras

Connecting a camera to Google Home can also be very useful: for example, you can call up the streams on the screen of your Nest Hub. Many cameras are therefore compatible with Google Home. Below is a list.

View all smart cameras with Google Home

  • Eufy Cam 2 Pro
  • Eufy Cam 2
  • Eufy Indoor Cam 2k
  • Eufy Floodlight camera 2k Pro
  • Google Nest Cam Indoor (new)
  • Google Nest Cam Indoor (old)
  • Google Nest Cam
  • Google Nest Cam Spotlight
  • Ezviz C6CN Pro
  • Ezviz C2C Pro
  • Ezviz BC1-B3
  • Ezviz Elife 2K+
  • Ezviz C3N
  • Ezviz Dual Lens
  • Ezviz C8C
  • Ezviz C3W
  • Ezviz C2C Pro
  • Ezviz C4W
  • Ezviz C6N
  • Foscam FI9936P
  • Foscam D4Z
  • Foscam C2M
  • Foscam SD2X
  • Foscam S41-W
  • Foscam R2M
  • Foscam D2EP
  • Foscam R2
  • Foscam G4EP
  • Arlo Ultra 2 4K
  • Arlo Pro 4 Spotlight
  • Arlo Pro 3
  • Arlo Essential XL Spotlight
  • Netatmo Presence
  • Netatmo Welcome
  • Somfy Outdoor
  • Somfy Indoor
  • IMOU Rex
  • IMOU Ranger IQ
  • IMOU bullet
  • IMOU Cruiser
  • IMOU Cell 2
  • IMOU A1
  • TP Link Tapo C310
  • TP Link Tapo C210
  • TP Link Tapo C320WS
  • Ring Stickup Cam
  • View all cameras with Google Home

Smart speakers for Google Home

Speakers also often work together with Google Home and Google Assistant these days. This allows you to operate the speakers via speech, among other things, very handy! A list of suitable speakers can be found below.

View all smart speakers with Google Home

  • Sonos One
  • Sonos One SL
  • Sonos five
  • Sonos Sub G3
  • Sonos Move
  • Sonos arc
  • Denon Home 150
  • Denon Home 350
  • Denon Home 250
  • Google Nest Audio (obviously:-))
  • Harman Kardon Citation One MK3
  • Harman Kardon Quote 200
  • Harman Kardon Citation Tower
  • Harman kardon citation sub
  • Harman Kardon Quote 300
  • Harman Kardon Citation One MK2
  • Harman Kardon Quote 500
  • Harman Kardon Citation Oasis
  • JBL Link Portable
  • JBL LinkMusic
  • Bose HomeSpeaker 500
  • Bose Portable Home Speakers
  • Bose Surround Speakers
  • Phillips TAW6505
  • Phillips TAW6205
  • Sony SRS-RA3000
  • Sony SRS-RA5000
  • And much more…

Robot vacuum cleaners with Google Home

Robot vacuum cleaners are becoming more and more advanced and nowadays many are already suitable for Google Home. We have therefore also put together a nice list of robot vacuum cleaners that work with Google Assistant.

View all robot vacuum cleaners with Google Home

  • iRobot Roomba i7158
  • iRobot Roomba S9
  • iRobot Roomba i7
  • iRobot Roomba J7
  • iRobot Roomba 976
  • iRobot Roomba Combo
  • iRobot Roomba i3554
  • iRobot Roomba 698
  • iRobot Roomba e6198
  • iRobot Roomba i3
  • Blaupunt Bluepot Xtreme
  • Blaupunt Xboost
  • Dyson 360 Heurist
  • Ecovacs Deebot T9
  • Ecovacs Deebot Ozmo 950
  • Ecovacs Deebot N8 Pro
  • Ecovacs Deebot T8
  • Ecovacs Deebot N8
  • Ecovacs Deebot U2 Pro
  • Eufy Robovac 15C
  • Eufy Robovac G10
  • Eufy Robovac 35C
  • neato d9
  • neato d10
  • neato d8
  • Neato Botvac D7
  • Rowenta X-Plorer Series 95 RR7975
  • Rowenta Explorer Series 60 RR7455
  • View all robot vacuum cleaners with Google Home

Google Home devices: finally

More and more Google Home devices are coming onto the market. This means that Google's ecosystem is being used more widely and that there will be many expansions to the platform, but also in terms of products, in the coming years.

So if you plan to equip your home with Google Home products, that is a smart choice, especially because this is and remains a future-proof option.

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