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Set up, manage, and control your Google Home and Chromecast devices, plus hundreds of connected home products like lights, cameras, thermostats, and more – all from the Google Home app.<br><br>One view of your home.<br>Control, organize, and manage compatible lights, cameras, TVs, and more, all from just one place. It works like a remote with hundreds of smart devices from the brands you love, including Google Home and Chromecast devices, Google Nest thermostats, and Google Nest cameras.<br><br><br>A tap or two is all it takes.<br>The app gives you shortcuts for the things you do most, like playing music or dimming the lights when you want to start a movie. Control it all with just a tap – and get to the good stuff faster. Create routines that allow you to turn on lights, check the weather, play the news, and more with one simple command.<br><br><br>One app. Hundreds of possibilities.<br>Make home life even more comfortable. Explore new content and features, and make the most of your Google Home and other compatible devices.<br><br><br>* Some features may not be available in all regions. Compatible devices required.
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Confusing UI. On one hand it's quite nice, clean, minimalistic and some nice touches. However, the navigation, lack of clear design language that helps guide the user and the fact it feels like a few different apps in one just makes it more challenging to use than it should. Then there are the bugs. Now, I appreciate not everyone would have experienced these but oh my, there really are some fatal ones. I have been left with multiple homes, duplicate devices, unhelpful errors...ran out of words
The app works well for bringing together all the different smart products I use, as well as for setting up our various Google products. There are a few features I'd like to see though: one example is for the Google Home Hubs, it would be nice to turn off the screen when no one is around or at least based on a schedule instead of just lighting conditions (we keep a lamp on all night), or even tied to the Nest Home/Away Assist.
So far, poor. I have linked a device (blue ray player) and I can control it with my voice from my phone, but Google home doesn't seem to know of its existence and my home device says I need to link it. When I decided to make sure I have the latest version there is no way to do it from within Home, I have to go to Google play, not exactly intuitive. Within Google play is a list of my apps, but Home is not amongst them, I had to search Google play to find it, then update. Poorly designed and made
I have every Google home product available and have had no issues up until about a month ago. I have all the speakers paired in various groups and when I ask Google to play a group it will respond with "I couldn't find the device you are looking for" or say it will play music then does not do so. I used to be able to bypass this by going directly through the app but that is not working now either. I have always loved the products and recommend them to everyone, but can't use lately.
Hey google, play jingle bell rock. "Sorry cannot play individual music on spotify (not my default) now playing (different song) on kitchen speaker (not my default or the speaker I was talking too)"
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Google Home is ranking in Lifestyle
Last update was at Dec 18, 2019and the current version is 184.108.40.206.
Google Home was downloaded 100,000,000+ times.
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