Google Home will get a redesign and will be released on Wear OS

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Daria Gromova

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Google Home is getting a redesign and coming to Wear OS

Ahead of the launch of the Pixel 7 and Pixel Watch, Google announced an update to its smart home control app. In the coming weeks, the new interface will be available to all Google Home users.

Google Home will be redesigned and released on Wear OS

The hub will be divided into five tabs: Favorites, Devices, Automation ”, “Activity” and “Settings”. There will also be a new method for grouping gadgets: “Spaces”. They will be able to combine devices from different rooms with different purposes.

Together with the new design, they announced the release of Google Home on Wear OS and as a web application that will allow you to view data from cameras and launch a robot vacuum cleaner from computer. They will come out in 2023. Also among the plans for next year is a script editor that will allow you to create your own “Automations”.

New features can be tested before release. Google is about to release an open beta, though no timeline has been revealed yet.

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