A Google spokesperson said: “We want to simplify the work of managing all devices in one place, so we have migrated the Wi-Fi function to the Google Home app.” “Nest Wifi is always set in the Google Home app, so we will now set the same The function is brought to existing Google Wifi users.”
This is how the transition works. Starting on May 25th, Google Wifi users will only be able to use the Google Home app to add new devices or extend existing settings. Then, in July, Google will terminate support for the Google Wifi application, remove it from all application markets, and require users to migrate its system controls to Google Home.
To do this, you need to click on the plus icon in the upper left corner of the main screen of the Google Home app, select “Import Google Wifi Network”, and follow the instructions on the screen.UserGoogle told CNET that it could also migrate the controls to the Google Home app.
The company pointed out that the Google Home app provides other Wi-Fi features, such as network insights, improved teleconferencing and Google Assistant voice support, enabling hands-free speed testing and network suspension, as well aswith equipment. Last year, Google updated the Google Home application to include the same advanced network settings controls provided by the Google Wifi application.
“Most features that users know and love from the Google Wifi app [are] A Google spokesperson said that these features will currently be available in the Google Home app, but some of these features will be provided through future app updates.
Specifically, Google said that the only Google Wifi feature that will not be available in the Google Home app in July is the ability to track the speed of specific network devices. This feature will be restored in the upcoming 2.38 version of the Google Home application.