Consumers in America can now use voice commands to order home goods via smart speaker Google Home.
As of February 16, Google said Home users can order from participating Google Express retailers like Costco, Whole Foods Market, Walgreens, PetSmart and Bed Bath & Beyond.
Consumers just need to set up a delivery address and load a credit card then “OK, Google” away they shop.
There is a restriction of only one item with a value between $4 and $100 per order.
When consumers say, “Order paper towels,” or, “Buy water,” they will hear options for the products they can buy. When they hear a suggestion they like, they should say, “Yes,” to place the order. If they say, “No,” they will get another selection, Google Express said.
“If you say, ‘No,’ a second time, you’ll find the item on your shopping list in the Google Home app in case you want to order it later,” Google Express added.