Tech giant Google is inviting owners of Nest products to take part in testing a new design for its Home app, according to an online listing that suggests users will soon see a revamped experience of the service.
As spotted by a Reddit user, the company is recruiting “a group of highly dedicated testers willing to help Google Nest test an unreleased product,” reports Android Central.
The announcement was published on the Centercode product testing platform. The company didn’t specify the product in question, but said testing would focus on a “next-gen design” of the Google Home app.
The program is open to anyone who owns any of the best Google Home-compatible devices, including “thermostats, WiFi, speakers, displays, cameras, doorbells, locks, Nest Protect (smoke detectors), and Chromecasts.”
The report mentioned that users who are willing to sign a non-disclosure agreement can participate in the trial period. However, it’s unclear what the new design will look like, but it sounds like it will significantly improve the app experience.
The test comes six months after Google made changes to the Home app, including a new device control interface that replaces device icons with interactive switches.
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