The goal of the Google Nest Trusted Tester program is to gather a team of enthusiastic testers who are willing to assist Google Nest in testing an unannounced product.
The Google Home App’s newest look will be the main topic of this show. Participants in the test program must be Google Nest users who are prepared to sign an NDA.
The Requirements state that you must have any Google Nest products, including: Thermostats, WiFi, Speakers, Displays, Cameras, Doorbells, Locks, Nest Protect (smoke alarms), Chromecasts. The only description we currently have is “next generation design.” Additionally:
To control your product, you must also use the Google Home app or the Nest app (s).
You will be required to sign a non-disclosure agreement, so you must create an account with Centercode to sign-up (NDA).
The Home app for Android tablets was revamped by Google and debuted at I/O 2022 in May. It is generally similar to the current version but uses a navigation rail. With only two tabs, that enormous screen element seems pretty odd. Whether or not this is the next-generation design being discussed today is unclear. Google is also preparing a Home app for Wear OS in the meantime.
Interactive device toggles were added to the main grid/tab of the Google Home app in recent releases. With a tap or slide, you may swiftly do certain tasks (play/pause, volume, on/off, and brightness). In the meantime, a condensed list was added to the Home Feed page to provide more recent and pertinent changes.
Hopefully, this new Google Home design improves performance and moves beyond the visual/Material You. Additionally, Google needs to improve dependability and simplify fundamental interactions.
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