Google Home app that is used to control Google Home lineup of devices and Chromecast has not changed much since its launch. The app is in a desperate need of change and now Google is all set to redesign it with the Google’s new material design theme UI.
As reported by XDA Developers, one of their forum members Quinny899 discover the new changes via a server-side test. This means that the update will be released over the air and there is no need for you to update the app. Currently Google is testing it with limited users and will release it to all soon.
One of the biggest visible change in the movement of the side menu to a bottom bar with tabs. We have seen Google do this with main Google app previously and it looks good and clean overall. There is a floating Google Assistant button at the middle of the bottom bar to trigger the Google Assistant.
Along with this there is also a new devices tab that will show you all of your connected and available devices. There is not much change to the Home screen, which is your default screen when you open the app. The Home screen shows you recommendations by Google like popular movies, what is currently playing on your device and more.
There is not much change in the settings menu but again it looks a bit clean. Browse tab is also just like before showing you content like TV Shows, Music and movies. As the new updated UI looks completed, We can expect Google to roll it out to users soon. Stay Tuned to Sid Tech for latest tech news, deals, reviews and more.
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