The Google Home app is a mess and you can help fix it – Review Geek


Although the Google Home app has changed a lot over the years, it still needs some help, to put things lightly. Thankfully, it looks like Google is gearing up to release its biggest update yet. The company recently added device toggles and redesigned the “flow”, but soon we can expect a “next-gen design” of the Google Home app.

Google recently confirmed that it’s working on a brand new app for our smart home products, and the list is even request beta testers to try it. Yes, you can become an unpaid Google Home tester.

First spotted by 9to5Google, the company is looking for testers through its Centercode testing service. And while we don’t know much about the new app or what to expect, Google wants participants to help improve the overall Google Home experience. That said, here’s what’s coming to the Google Home app stream soon.

“Update automatically sorts recent and most important events in your home in an updated, clutter-free layout. Grouped events will help you understand what happened around the same time instead of scroll through a list of repeating events.

We don’t know if the upcoming “flow” changes detailed above are part of this “next-gen” design or just a small aspect of a more extensive design overhaul. of the app.

Those interested in being a beta tester for the new Google Home will need an eligible device and must sign an NDA to prevent update details from being made public. Please keep in mind that some features or functions will not work during beta testing, or you may encounter issues. It’s an exciting approach, but hopefully the result is the best app yet.

Going through AndroidPolice

Lance B. Holton