Whether you use Alexa, Siri, Cortana, or Google Assistant, you already more than likely know a little bit about what it’s like to use a virtual assistant. Even if it’s just asking Siri to read you a text, you’ve probably used a smart assistant before in one way or another! But when it comes to integrating your smart assistant into your life further than that, you might not completely understand the amazing ways in which a smart assistant can make your life easier. Here are some ways that having a smart assistant set up for your apartment can help you improve your life.
Keep you up to date
With a smart assistant, you no longer have to make sure you read the news every morning, or, when it comes to personal news, even read your own emails and text messages! Once you have a smart assistant, especially if you’ve upgraded to have one in multiple rooms of your home, you can ask it to read the news, the weather, or anything else that you need to know for the rest of your day.
Set important reminders and alarms anywhere
If your smart assistant can hear you from where you are in the house, you can set a reminder or alarm whenever you need one. On the phone and making plans? Forget about awkwardly fumbling with speakerphone; just tell your smart assistant to make an appointment on your calendar. Forgot to set an alarm to wake up, but you can’t find your phone? Tell your smart assistant when to wake you up. Smart assistants make it easy to keep your life in checkboxes in the best way.
Control your entertainment life
For those who are willing to go an extra step and incorporate their smart assistant into their televisions and radios, your entire entertainment web is at your fingertips. Setting up smart assistants like Alexa and Google Home in different rooms of your house means you can stream radio and music playlists from anywhere, and even rent movies and stream shows directly onto your television. All it takes is a voice command; you don’t even have to use your remote!
Keep your house safe
One of the greatest things about smart assistants is that they let you keep an eye on things, no matter how far away they are. Lots of home security systems are extremely high-tech nowadays, with features such as facial recognition technology and artificial intelligence that make sure your place stays secure, even when you’re not in it. Most of the time, these security systems let you connect your smart assistant, so you can check in at any point, and they can send you an alert if there’s any suspicious activity. With the combination of smart power and your ability to look things over with a human eye, your security system can be nearly foolproof. It adds an extra layer to your home security, which is great if you frequently have to leave your home standing empty.
Connect you in any room
Of course, the main draw of having an apartment that’s completely connected to a smart assistant is your ability to stay connected, no matter where you are. Most smart assistants connect to your phone in one way or another, which may mean the ability to answer your phone even if it’s in the next room, have music playing through your whole home, or create important reminders while you’re making dinner that your phone can bring up at a later date.
If you’re looking for a more open floor plan, so you can use two or three smart assistants through your apartment instead of four or five, consider letting ForRent.com walk you through finding the apartment that will fit your needs. They have tips and tricks for making the most of your apartment home, and you can search for your new apartment based on a number of criteria. Make your apartment a little bit smarter by ensuring your apartment will fit your smart assistant needs. Smart assistants are an amazing advancement in technology, and they’re a great way to improve your life a little bit. No matter what you’re trying to do, it’s likely that a smart assistant can walk you through it, from making your house a little safer to just enhancing your everyday living experience.
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