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[Google] Google's revamped Home app puts all of your devices in one place

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23:32, Oct-10-2018 | From PC
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Hello MIUIers

Google has redesigned the Google Home App so that you can control all of your compatible smart devices from one place, saving you from a few headaches along the way. Here's what's new:

All devices in one view:

You can keep track of everything in one place without needing to flip between apps. The new app organizes your devices by room so that you can easily control your speakers, lights, cameras, TVs and more than 10,000 connected devices that work with your Google Assistant. Note that controlling devices like a thermostat or lights requires smart thermostats or smart lights.

Quick actions to get things done:

The new Google Home app now automatically generates quick actions for important features across your home with immediate access to key experiences like turning on and off smart lights, viewing your cameras, and broadcasting messages to your other Google Home devices and more.

Check in from anywhere:

You’re even in control while you’re away from home. Simply open the Google Home app to check in your home and make sure things are the way you want them—like making sure your thermostat is set to the right temperature when you get home.

Access for everyone in your home:

Now, everyone under the same roof can control smart devices in your home, they just need the Google Home app on their phone. That means one app to get it all done—add, remove and control devices.
Google also added a feature for those who are on call to answer tech questions for our less-savvy family members that lets you control multiple homes. That means you can manage your parents’ home or help that cousin who’s having trouble setting up their smart home.

Access the Google Assistant right in the app:

The Google Assistant is easily accessible, right from the app. Go ahead, tap the mic and say, “Hey Google, dim the lights.”

The updated Home app will be rolling out to iOS and Android users this week. And if you’re new to the Google Home family, you can download it on Google Play and in the App Store.


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