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Google Home app getting import feature to let you manage Wi-Fi networks

07 August 2020 0

Google Home app is now adding support for importing WiFi networks. As reported by the German site Caschys Blog, the Google Home app for iOS is receiving an update v2.26.111 that adds a few useful things for managing your networks. According to the what is reported, users will be able to import their private WLAN from the Google WiFi app into Google Home so as to manage all the connected devices from one place.

According to 9to5Google, Google Home app will also let you perform network speed tests apart from just showing you what devices are connected. Users will also be able to manage Family Wi-Fi and guest networks. One can also pause the WiFi in case they want to. Google Assistant will also be able to control WiFi products and Smart Displays can show the guest Wi-Fi password.

This is what Google has reportedly announced,

Import your Wi-Fi network from the Google Wifi app so you can manage your network and other connected devices in one place. Use Google Assistant to do things like pause Wi-Fi, check your internet speed, and show your guest Wi-Fi password on smart displays.

According to Google, the new feature will roll out over a few days, starting with version 2.26.111 of the iOS app.

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Google Home app getting import feature to let you manage Wi-Fi networks
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