Google Home

Google Home

By Google LLC

  • Category: Lifestyle
  • Release Date: 2013-08-27
  • Current Version: 2.14.510
  • Adult Rating: 12+
  • File Size: 218.90 MB
  • Developer: Google LLC
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 11.0 or later.
Score: 4.5
4.5
From 197,244 Ratings

Description

Set up, manage, and control your Google Home and Chromecast devices, plus hundreds of connected home products like lights, cameras, thermostats, and more – all from the Google Home 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 hundreds of smart devices from the brands you love, including Google Home and Chromecast devices, Google Nest thermostats, and Google Nest cameras. A tap or two is all it takes. 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. Create routines that allow you to turn on lights, check the weather, play the news, and more with one simple command. One app. Hundreds of possibilities. Make home life even more comfortable. Explore new content and features, and make the most of your Google Home and other compatible devices. * Some features may not be available in all regions. Compatible devices required.

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Reviews

  • help me

    1
    By annaskkxjckc
    nothing is connecting to my tv i tried everything i could reset the tv turn off the wifi deleted the app everything and it wont connect
  • Privacy issues galore

    1
    By ScottieTomlinson
    Constant issues with group play and devices cutting off in the middle of my favorite songs on Spotify. People are having our devices go full out unsecured when the internet goes out. What a security risk . No protection whatsoever from prying eyes.
  • Hate it

    1
    By Ghoulish fun
    Hate it. Deleted my nest account and subscription now I can’t unlink it from google home.
  • What a Shuffle

    2
    By Helen Buddha
    Changed network ISP vendor and cannot get Chromecast App to hook up to all 3 nodes (TVs). Multiple multiple trys. AAAAAAAAhhhhhhhhhhhhh
  • Horrible!

    1
    By Qbrinkley
    Hate this product. I’ve tried multiple times to set this up and it will NEVER GIVE ME PERMISSION!!!!!! It’s so aggravating I really want to post everywhere I know on social media not to buy this product!
  • Really not as useful as I had hoped

    3
    By leti1
    When I first received google home I thought it would help me in my daily questions. However, most of the time it doesn’t understand the question and I give up and go to my computer. It’s good for the weather but even at that it’s wrong, so I don’t know where it’s getting the forecast info from. Good at playing music and telling jokes. I hoped for more. It could be that I haven’t gotten technical with it and Google should include videos for those who may not be technically savvy.
  • C’est nul

    1
    By francois yann
    Ca ne marche jamais
  • Literally awful

    2
    By Epelman
    This app is garbage and honestly the google home is kind of useless. Impossible to create shortcuts, they removed the feature. Need a PhD from MIT in neuromechanical physics and astronomy to play Spotify. C'mon google get it together and simplify our lives with this stupid device and apps.
  • it’s just ok...

    1
    By exergy_
    terrible connectivity!it’s rare when all of my devices properly show up on the Home app. The iPhone X support is nice, but my new Chromecast doesn’t (v2) doesn’t ever show up on this app, and I have to factory reset it each time I want it to work. It’s kinda nuts. Yes, I’m making sure I’m connected to the same network as the Chromecast itself. I recently connected my OG v1 Chromecast to the TV and it seems slightly more reliable; not sure why. Also, my Google Home Mini always shows up as a “linked device” under another unrelated device - and it presents these devices differently on different devices on the same network. It’s so messed up. Google Home Mini is like chromecast - a couple of “half-a**” devices that are barely competent.
  • Worst experience EVER!

    1
    By kiva.wi
    I spent $500 for a Nest gen 3 thermostat andGoogle Nest Home Hub Max. Then spent my whole weekend on top of all my spare time leading up to my weekend off trying to connect all my devices together. I was on the phone talking to one good specialist and another that called me back after a half hour then put me on hold for another hour. Seriously?!? If you are thinking about linking your nest hub to show a useful calendar such as your work calendar associated with a google email account, you better not waste your time and save your self a lot of aggravation and wait for a few years. The program engineers have it set up to be nothing but a frustrating mess making you wish you never spent so much money on an investment that caused you to do the same thing over and over expecting to get a different result. Not only by your own decision but, because the google support specialist tell you to do so until they figure out this issue is above their pay grade. It’s not their fault, it’s the programming engineers that created such a bad product. I cannot connect my nest thermostat to my google hub max using the same account. I have to switch between accounts to operate my smart home. This makes it a hassle. Google bought out Nest by the way. The fact that I cannot see my agenda for work on the google hub max is ridiculous. I cannot even connect my ring doorbell to my google nest hub max either. What a waist of $500 bucks, spare time for a week and whole weekend. You cannot even type in your user name and password anymore. This is what the nest thermostat app and website request but does not recognize your google credentials. They are both ran by the same company. The whole system has been released before it was ready to get in the game and be a competitor. Well you know what? Google you fell flat on your face with this one and are using my money to cushion your fall.

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