Google will end support for the Google Wifi application in July, the organization tells CNET. The application had since a long time ago filled in as the control community for the first Google Wifi network switch – presently clients should control their home organization and switch settings in the Google Home application, which as of now houses controls for the second-gen Nest Wifi network switch, just as Google Assistant and Chromecast gadgets.
“We need to make it simpler to deal with the entirety of your gadgets in a single spot, so we’ve moved Wi-Fi usefulness into the Google Home application,” a Google representative said. “Home Wifi has consistently been set up in the Google Home application, so we’re currently carrying this equivalent usefulness to existing Google Wifi clients.”
May 25, Google Wifi clients might have the option to add new gadgets or develop a current arrangement by utilizing the Google Home application. At that point, in July, Google will end support for the Google Wifi application, eliminate it from all application advertises, and request that clients move their framework controls over to Google Home.
To do that, you’ll need to tap the in addition to symbol in the upper left corner of the Google Home application’s home screen, select “Import Google Wifi Network,” and adhere to the on-screen guidelines. Clients of Google’s OnHub switch will actually want to relocate controls to the Google Home application too, Google tells CNET.
The organization brings up that the Google Home application offers extra Wi-Fi highlights like organization experiences, improved remotely coordinating, and Google Assistant voice support for sans hands speed tests and organization stops. In case you’re utilizing Google Assistant or Chromecast gadgets also, having a solitary mark of control for everything appears to be a decent method to lessen application swell.