LG has upped the anti with its smart appliances by integrating Google Assistant into its ovens, washing machines, Fridges, vacuums, dishwashers.

Infact there are 87 appliances that you can control using your Google Home.

For example, you can use simple voice commands from anywhere within range of the Assistant on Google Home (or by using the assistant on your smartphone) to check the time remaining during wash cycles on their washing machine, tell their LG refrigerator to make more ice, turn off their range after cooking, adjust thermostat settings on their LG air conditioner, and even check the air quality level in their home using their LG air purifier.

Because the Assistant on Google Home can also distinguish one voice from another, it can personally adjust its settings to suit just you.

With just one app, users can control the entire lineup of LG smart appliances.

Whether it’s preheating the oven on the way home from work or checking the remaining laundry time while at the gym, LG makes managing smart appliances easy.

Or if you are like me, making sure I turned everything off.

“At LG, we’re making smart simple so consumers can enjoy all the convenience today’s connected home can offer without the hassle,” said David VanderWaal, vice president of marketing, LG Electronics USA. “Gone are the days of constantly checking on your laundry cycles or wondering if the kids left the refrigerator door open. With new ways to control your home, a future-ready open platform, and the most extensive range of connected appliances available today, LG smart appliances will change the way you think—and the way you live—for the better.”

Why push a button nowdays?

Ok Google…start dishwasher and while you are at it put the washing on.