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 ( 858 Reviews)
  • Price:
Google Wifi App Ratings: 3.5
Total 858 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

  • Not sure what is happening

    By jgoodmanjr
    So, I’ve used this product for a long time now and even recommended to parents and friends. But, been having issues lately. When I connect iPhone to app, it shows Wifi is offline...but is not. Schedules get dropped and not started constantly. This is frustrating. Come on Google fix your stuff!!!
  • Glitch

    By theronpoe
    The app keeps glitching during “Connecting to Wifi Point” and then it goes to a screen where two lines rotate and swirl around one another. It stays there for HOURS. Stuck. Tried to connect 3 different WiFi points all having this issue. Screw it.
  • Works fine when you prepare

    By David-0-0-7
    First, I don’t suggest turning off any existing Wi-Fi network: most homes have at least a dozen devices already connected. I did this: 1) Renamed my existing Wi-Fi network... you should use a hardwired computer connection to your Wi-Fi router for this. 2) Setup the Google Wi-Fi with your old Wi-Fi network name and the same password... assuming it was a good long password! All your existing devices should reconnect automatically to your Google Wi-Fi. You can use your old Wi-Fi network for something else... or just disable it.
  • Terrible

    By hked
    Embarrassingly poor app for such a giant in tech. Crashes, unable to connect 3rd router. The interface on the app is a bit clumsy. Human Support is non existent.
  • Very confusing install process

    By Jeff rab
    Steps error out, can’t go back except to exit, randomly changed with point I was setting up. At least customer support was super useful.
  • I wanted to love it...

    By -photoguy-
    The app simply doesn’t work on iOS. I have tried 4 different devices but cannot set up a new network. I spent several days on the phone w tech support who concluded that there is an iOS issue. I was able to connect every device in my home to the puck by logging on to it’s default network. So the WiFi point is working and is getting the signal from my cable modem. However since the app is not working I have no way of accessing my network and more importantly no way to link the two additional Wifi points I purchased. Packing it up and sending it back.
  • App not reporting correctly

    By Pj06070
    Google WiFi app not reporting correctly who is on guest and also reporting wired instead of wireless. Pc’s on wireless are showing up as wired! They are also not showing up as being on guest.
  • "Looking for your device" forever

    By RichardBronosky
    I'm connected to the internet via the Google WiFi device, but it can't "find" it? There's a QR code on the bottom, but it never offers to scan it? When I scan it with a 3rd party app, it doesn't include a URL? Get it together, Google. This is a cluster of fail!
  • Really Google?

    By Mom-mii
    The app doesn’t work, set up is a nightmare. I can’t believe google has anything to do with this and isn’t fixing it. Ugh.
  • Lacks Essential Features

    By artykul8
    My router failed to configure properly a few times and I ended up with three ‘Unknown’ devices in the app, which I cannot even delete because that feature is missing.