Google Home revives some features that were killed in Google Wifi


The Google Home has been absorbing functionality from the old Google Wifi app for a while now, and in April we got the news that Wifi was going away for good. But in order to fully repeat everything that he was capable of, Home still had to pick up a few tricks. Google is now fixing this as the Home app has been updated with a redesigned Wi-Fi Devices page.

As noted by 9 to 5 Google, the main Wi-Fi screen remains unchanged, but after clicking one of the three buttons, you will get a tabbed menu that allows you to scroll between WAN stats, Wi-Fi points, and connected devices.


The peak usage graph joins current usage and real-time graphs, showing how much Wi-Fi is being used throughout the day. You can view consumption within one day, seven days, or the last thirty days.


The list of devices has received an overhaul, now including offline devices connected within the last 30 days. The “Prioritize Device” button is now full width at the top of the list, making it easier to find. Devices can now be sorted by usage instead of alphabetically, and you can organize them by bandwidth in real time or usage over a day, week, or month.

The updated app was released on the 22nd of this month, but the changes went into effect before yesterday via a server-side update. You can download Google Home from Play Store or via APK Mirror.

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