Google Home

Google Home

By Google LLC

  • Category: Lifestyle
  • Release Date: 2013-08-27
  • Current IOS App Version: 2.10.509
  • Adult Rating: 12+
  • File Size: 308.96 MB
  • IOS App Developer: Google LLC
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 10.3 or later.
Score: 4.5
4.5
From 134,889 IOS App Ratings

Description

With the Google Home app, set up, manage and control your Google Home and Chromecast devices, plus thousands of connected home products like lights, cameras, thermostats and more - all from one app. One view of your home. Control, organize and manage compatible lights, cameras, TVs and more, all from just one place. It works like a remote with 10000+ smart home devices from 1000+ popular brands, including the Google Home and Chromecast devices you know and love. Control your home devices with just a tap. Simple as that. The app gives you shortcuts for the things you do most, like playing music or dimming the lights when you want to start a movie. Control it all with just a tap – and get to the good stuff faster. One app. Endless possibilities. Make home life even more comfortable. Discover new content and features, and make the most of your Google Home and other compatible devices. Check out the "Discover" tab for the latest features, tips and offers. Use the "Browse" tab to discover trending videos and popular music on your compatible apps. * Some features may not be available in all regions. Compatible devices required.

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Reviews

  • C by ge connecting to google home problems

    3
    By Texas Stud59
    Having major problems connecting my C by GE smart bulbs to the google home app. They are already set up through the GE app but google hone can’t find them....
  • Custom Routines

    3
    By TH3 PRODUCT
    My favorite thing about my Google home was always my custom routines, and now I can't access them at all. Please fix this!!!
  • I have had a google mini for 5 months

    1
    By Nick 25252525252525252525
    And within those 5 months I’ve had to reset or do some more bs with this thing then you could imagine. I am very technologically efficient and know what I’m doing. This google home mini is just awful and so is the app.
  • One major flaw, but I want to use it

    2
    By thezky
    Cannot see device status. Is a light or switch on or off? We don’t know. Every other home control app or service has this function. This would be the best app by a mile of it showed the status from the main view. Until then it’s unusable.
  • ihatethisappmorethanyoudo

    1
    By ihatethisappmorethanyoudo
    Hate
  • WiFi

    1
    By Peypeycheer
    My house got a new wifi network and I can’t find anywhere in the settings to change that
  • Can’t figure it out

    1
    By as1033
    I can’t figure out how to connect my device when it was connected to another network. I have googled it and I still can’t figure it out. I can’t use my chromecast anymore and have spent an hour trying to set it up
  • IPHONE X

    3
    By Computer Tech and programmer
    Only use this application with my Chromecast, don’t have any other devices yet. But works ok.
  • Google home is the best gadget it does everything

    5
    By jmarwah
    We love it
  • Ready-Made Routines are so annoying

    1
    By TheAnakManis
    Love the new update but with the lack of ability to delete the ready-made routines or to add a customizable routine to the ready-made routines are impossible. And still, Nest and Google home is still not at par. Here’s a routine that should be simple enough. This is doable with Stringify and IFTTT but not from Google Home’s routine. Here’s a nightly routine that I want Google Home to learn. Detect the user phone closing in within a mile to home, have Nest Hello to recognize and verify the presence of a human (especially the owner), automatically turn on the hue lights on top of the entrance door. Then owner unlock the Nest x Yale lock, once the door starting to open, the Nest Secure should detect that the door has been opened by the owner and should automatically turn off the Nest Secure alarm. Google Home should then have the ability to add a routine of welcoming the owner by saying “welcome back” or “welcome home.” And turn the lights or whatever devices that works with it. I mean, if the device and app is smart enough, the owner shouldn’t have to say, “hey google, I’m home.” Instead, if the devices were smart enough, or if this Google Home app is able to allow user to program it that way it should have the capability to be programmed the way the users like it to do. Instead, I am using Stringify or IFTTT, to detect my presence in coming home, have Stringify to use Nest Hello to detect a presence of human being at the door to turn on the hue light. After getting in the door, the owner have to turn off Nest Secure, and finally say, “hey Google, I’m home.” Google home should have known that the owner was already on the way home. The owner even used Google maps for goodness sake. Anyway, to say that this app is helping to make a smart home smart is an understatement. Google, get your acts together and make all your devices and apps connected harmoniously. And let’s make it smarter.

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