Kasa is a new smart home ecosystem that includes many advanced products that can help you stay better connected to your home. Their full range of products is controlled by an easy-to-use app on your smartphone. These products include smart cameras, outlets, lightbulbs, and light switches. What’s even better is that you can integrate these devices with smart technology you may already have in your home.

Does Google Home work with Kasa smart devices? Yes, you can connect the system of Kasa devices to your Google Home smart speakers and control them with voice commands. Setup is simple and easy.

Read on to learn how to connect your Kasa devices with your Google Assistant, as well as some voice commands you can try out right away in your home.

Connecting Your Kasa Smart Devices to Google Home

You can control each of the Kasa smart devices with their app on your smartphone. However, Kasa also makes it easy to integrate these smart home devices seamlessly with Google Home. Once it is all set up, you can use simple voice commands to control your family of devices.

All you need for setup is your iOS or Android smartphone with both the TP-Link Kasa app and Google Home app downloaded on it, as well as your Kasa smart home device and your Google Home smart speaker.

How to Integrate Kasa Devices with Google Home

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After you have set up your Google Home device and connected it to your home’s WiFi network, follow these steps to connect it to your Kasa smart devices:

  1. In the Google Home app, tap the three lines to access the menu, then select Home Control.
  2. Click the + icon to add a new device.
  3. Choose TP-Link from the list of choices. You will then be prompted to sign in to your Kasa account.
  4. Google Home will find your available devices, and you can assign them to a certain room in your house. This will come in handy when setting up scenes later.
  5. Now,  you’re all set up, and you should be able to use voice commands to control your Kasa smart home devices.

Capabilities of Google Home and Kasa

Like many other smart home devices, Kasa’s smart ecosystem gives you many opportunities to connect and automate the actions in your home. They offer great smart devices, including:

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These devices each come ready to use with easy installation and no need for an additional hub to connect them to the WiFi network. The Kasa app is so advanced, it can even monitor the energy you are using and give you recommendations on how you can save energy.

Explore some of the many things you can do with these devices in your home:

Schedule Routines in Your Home

Many smart home devices let you set up routines in your home, and Kasa devices are no different. You can assign certain automations to happen at a certain time of day or when your device detects you leaving or returning home.

For instance, you can schedule routines to turn the lights and other electronics off and on depending on the time of day. Some devices even allow you to activate Away Mode, which will turn your lights on and off randomly to make it look like you are home even if you’re away on vacation.

Use Voice Commands for Devices around Your Home

Make sure to complete the Google Assistant setup process to make sure each of your devices has a name. That way, you can turn these devices off and on with a simple voice command.

With these voice commands, you can change the brightness of your smart lightbulb or adjust the light color temperature. You can set up scenes in different rooms around your home, like warm, dim lighting to set the mood for a quiet evening reading a book. Or, if you’re in the partying mood, you can activate colored lights for a little fun.

You can also stream your Kasa Cam on your TV with your Google Chrome device. Simply say, “Ok Google, Cast my Outdoor Camera on the Bedroom TV.”

What Will You Do with Your Kasa Devices?

The family of Kasa devices includes unique and useful tools to have in your smart home. Because they offer smart outlets, you can plug pretty much anything into it and control it with your voice. No longer are you limited to speakers, TVs, and light bulbs, but you can plug pretty much anything into it and fully customize your smart home capabilities.

To learn more about how you can improve your smart home, check out the rest of our helpful guides. Return here when you need help troubleshooting or integrating a new device to your collection.