Google Updates Its Home App For Easy Intermediary Integration

Google Updates Its Home App For Easy Intermediary Integration

Published: 10-Jan-2020 | Published By: Market Research Store

This year’s CES has Google bringing in its signature slide and giant booth back again with completely new integrated smart home user features. Back in 2019, “Works with Nest” had changed into “Works with Google Assistant,” however, it was found to be a complete disaster. The basic issues experienced by the users were account problems and lack of integration while connecting with other devices. Nevertheless, Google has now come up with a Home app update that will make connecting with third-party products all the easier. In short, it can be said that the tech giant has provided the users with an opportunity of setting up a new device using the device’s latest app.

The tech giant has made things simple by flashing push notification from the Home app so a to let users automatically enter the necessary information to bring it into the Google Assistant smart home. Thus, the user will no longer have to log in to an account, enable access option, and set up the device again in the Home app. Google will be handling everything by itself for you. There are a number of other commands or new features that are about to be included in the Home app.

The tech giant also plans to have voice commands that can help schedule smart devices using sayings like "Hey Google, start the coffeemaker at 6 AM." There are also possibilities that a “digital post-it note feature will be integrated to help raise notifications on smart displays. The rising updates along with easy integration and account linking demand is found to help boost the Google user by 500 Million users every month. Google plans to bring out the update from the giant CES exhibit to the public platform in the next few months. In short, the company plans to make integration a painless and easy task for the users in the near future.