I've actually had it for several months. I didn't get to play around with it too much, but for now its main use is with Google Music. I ask it to play songs, bands, albums or just generic stuff like "saturday morning music" and it's pretty good at it. I also ask it the weather, I occasionally set reminders on it and once or twice I set a countdown. I guess I'm not yet accustomed to it being there.
Best part for me: coming home at night, I can just shout at my Google Home to turn on the lights instead of stumbling around in the dark looking for the light switch!
- It seems that a lot of people in my parents' generation enjoy Fitbit products for exercise tracking. I've found the Charge HR in particular to be a good gift because it doesn't require the user to be exceptionally tech savvy and yet it has adequate functionality for people who just want a fitness-oriented device and don't care about other smart wearable features.
- You can send everyday, thoughtful services from the comfort of your home in 3 clicks. It is eco-friendly, no shipping or packaging. Currently we have local service merchants in Bay Area, CA only but the sender could be anywhere in the US. You can send salon/spa treatment, wine tasting, art classes, cooking classes, fitness, catered meal or photo session to mom. No running to the store, no need to log into multiple sites.
- Want to find the perfect gift and have it delivered in the easiest way possible? Giftagram allows you to shop and send thoughtful gifts to your special someone for any occasion - birthdays, anniversaries, Valentine’s Day, Mother’s Day, Christmas and more - without needing their address. Simply browse by category or price and choose a gift for anyone on your contact list. No more busy shopping malls, line-ups or stress.