Google Wifi

Google Wifi

By Google LLC

  • Category: Utilities
  • Release Date: 2015-08-30
  • Current Version: 2.10.0
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 89.44 MB
  • Developer: Google LLC
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 10.3 or later.
  • App Ratings:
    3.5/5 ( 797 Reviews)
  • Price:
Google Wifi App Ratings: 3.5
Total 797 Reviews

Google Wifi App Description

The Google Wifi app lets you set up and control your Google Wifi points or OnHub right from your mobile device. It puts you in control of your network -- easily share your Wi-Fi password, see what devices are online, prioritize them for better performance, or pause the Wi-Fi on kids’ devices. The app also provides insights to help you get the most out of your Wi-Fi. Here’s what you can do with the Google Wifi app: • Set up your Google Wifi system or OnHub in just a few minutes • Prioritize a device for faster speeds when it matters most • Pause the Wi-Fi on kids’ devices • See what’s connected to your network and how much bandwidth you’re using • Create a separate network for your guests • Run a network check to test your connection speed • Make changes to your settings, such as your Wi-Fi network name and password • Add a network manager who can help you monitor your Wi-Fi


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Google Wifi App Reviews

  • Disappointing

    By peterp416
    The app doesn’t properly report wired vs mesh connected additional access points. Seems the access points also don’t seem to properly handle using a wired connection to the main point when available. Very frustrating.
  • Love it!!

    By RB252
    Easy to navigate, easy to use!
  • Outstanding app and hardware.

    By BobbySFV
    Anyone complaining about the app or hardware must be profoundly tech challenged. As an IT professional I have installed dozens of these on the past year. Each system is up and running in no more than 10 minutes, and none of them have gone down, ever. Powerful, solid wifi.
  • Terrible Support

    By masuarezdl
    I bought the Devices about a year ago and had a bit of trouble while installing. However, after struggling a few hours I managed to get it to work and has been great from a hardware standpoint. However, the app doesn’t work now (message saying that the version is no longer supported) and I cannot download the upgrade from the AppStore (app no longer available). There is no phone support, it’s terrible.
  • ipad support

    By oh.ethel
    add full ipad support. kthnx
  • Good but a suggestion

    By Chadly87
    Since you have the emails of the administrators why not email them when there are issues with the end points? I look at my email every day, but not the WiFi app.
  • This app needs work

    By 54deuce
    Just set up the WiFi network. That app walked me through and set up was okay. I would recommend they tell you to unplug your old WiFi router before starting the setup as that did affect the set up. I tried to set up the family controls but unfortunately no kids were home at the time so I just skipped that step. Now that option is gone. Please fix that.
  • Works well

    By 412Leo
    The app works well, but I’m surprised there isn’t a widget for it. Not a fan of having to open the app to, say, pause certain devices or turn on/off guest WiFi.
  • AT&T Wi-Fi Calling stops working

    By hipnetic
    I tried various workarounds I found online, but AT&T Wi-Fi calling is not reliable with Google Wifi. After a fresh reboot of the router it will work for a while, but later it stops working. In Airplane mode, my iPhone SE can use WiFi for other things, but the phone app pops up an error telling me that I need to connect to cellular or WiFi. I switched back to my Apple Airport Extreme which has no problem with WiFi Calling.
  • Google “puck” hub is great. App, not so much.

    By Kiddman32
    Here on my iphone, I am currently online thru Wifi. So is my desktop. So is my mom’s desktop. This lame app can’t find the wifi device at all. It worked great for initial wifi setup, otherwise the app is useless. There are MANY similar complaints all over the Web. Come on, Google...