Google Home, the Google app for managing smart products at home, is updated to the version 2.37; the news are minimal and concern a new display of notifications relating to the WiFi network and a faster way to install new devices.
Google Home 2.37: here are the news
The first change is found in the preferences of the WiFi screen within the Google Home app, and introduces the wording of “Notification settings”; this allows you to manage notifications, for example relating to new devices connected to the network, or about notifications of password errors or skipped connections.
These notifications had already been introduced last October but collected in different menus, making their correct use less easy and immediate.
The other novelty currently spotted in the changelog of the iOS version concerns a faster setup for Assistant devices, displays or speakers, which will be able to use the preferences used in the past or in use on other devices, without having to re-set everything every time.
The update to version 2.37 is in the process of being released and should reach all users in the next few days.