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July 10, 2017

Which countries support Google Home?

by John_A


Google Home is slowly rolling out internationally. Is your country next?

Google Home has been helping out Americans with scheduling, playing music, and bringing their connected home together since November of 2016. While this accessory started out in the States, it’s been slowly rolling out across the world. The United Kingdom and Canada are the two newest additions, but there are definitely more to come.

We’ve got the details for you here!

  • Countries where Google Home is currently available
  • Countries Google Home is expanding to in Summer of 2017

Countries where Google Home is currently available

Google Home released back in November of 2016 as Google’s approach to a connected home. It was initially only available in the United States, before rolling out to the United Kingdom in April 2017, and then adding Canada in June. Here are the countries in which it is officially sold:

  • United States
  • United Kingdom
  • Canada

Countries Google Home is expanding to in Summer of 2017

While Google Home isn’t available worldwide quite yet, it has begun rolling out to more countries. This summer we ought to see it hit four more countries, before the weather cools back down in Autumn. This means if you’re living in Australia, France, Germany, or Japan, you are in luck. We don’t have a specific release date for all of them, so keep your eyes peeled for when this awesome accessory becomes available near you!

  • France (August 3)
  • Australia
  • Germany
  • Japan


Do you still have questions about whether Google Home will work in your country? Are you bummed your region doesn’t have a release date yet? Let us know about it in the comments below!

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