In addition to announcing the re-elected WiFi router today, Google is updating existing units and Nest devices. The most notable feature is a notification when new devices join your network.
Alerts will appear in the Google Home client, with companies noticing how it is not available with the previous WiFi application. These notifications are only enabled to ensure that devices you trust are connected and accessed:
- Google Home App Open the Google Home app.
- At the top right, tap Settings.
- Tap Notifications and then Nest WiFi.
- Turn on or off new device notifications.
Next, Google “gradually improves the dynamic range of Internet optimization”, especially when multiple devices are connected:
And, we’re reducing network delays and improving network performance to help you avoid crowds when multiple devices are online. While your Internet Service Provider’s network is slow, we continue to improve your connection.
Changelogs tweak “Stadia Optimization on Flowing Traffic” based on the “Gaming Preferred” setting, which automatically prioritizes gameplay when streaming with other devices connected.
The goals of this list are “Improved DNS Proxy Performance” and other “General Security, Stability and Performance Improvements”.
Version 1309.9.94.0 seems to be widely available today, but the new device alerts are not yet available in the Google Home app.
- Notifications on the Google Home app when a new device joins the network
- Improved the dynamic range of slow internet optimization
- Flow Traffic Studia Optimization
- Improved DNS proxy performance
- Improves general safety, durability and performance
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