Technology giant Full TV controls have apparently started to roll out on the Google Home app. Users who have TVs that can support Google Assistant/Home have reportedly discovered that the Home program now offers full touch controls, according to 9 to 5 Google.
Source list Volume Up/Down, Un/Mute, Power On/Off, Play, Pause, Channel, and Play/Pause are some of these controls. Instead of only being accessible through the Nest Hub in the past, the controls are now also available through the Home application.
Instead, Cast-enabled televisions and Google/Android TV are served by the new Google Home app’s media controls, according to the report.
It was announced last month that the Home application of the tech giant was undergoing more user interface (UI) adjustments as preview testing for its substantial revamp accelerated. However, it appeared that some users were experiencing issues with their present Assistant routines as a result.
However, the new page allows routines to handle a multitude of characteristics of each item. The previous page’s drop-down settings simply enabled users to adjust the on or off settings for each light or switch in their home.
The tech giant Google has stated that end-to-end encrypted Gmail may soon be accessible to all business customers while also working to improve the platform’s safety and security. These users will be able to keep their data, media, and other details safe and secure thanks to this.
In addition to this, Google has made an illustration tool available that enables users to include photos. In order to draw attention to the part of the image that is visually appealing, it also has a quick crop tool.
Google, a global leader in technology, recently announced that it would be focusing on regional languages, enhanced AI, and other new integrations, including the DigiLocker for Indian consumers. Announcing this was done at the Google for India gathering.