Google is recruiting users to test a new version of your app dedicated to controlling smart home devices. The news was revealed by the folks at 9to5Google this Friday.
According to reports from several users, the “Google Nest Trusted Tester” program opened this week, and the description reads:
We’re looking for a group of highly engaged testers who are willing to help Google Nest test a first-of-its-kind product. Tests should focus on the design of the next generation of the Google Home App.
While Google doesn’t give any clues about the Home app’s redesign, the company says all testers will need to sign a confidentiality agreement.
In addition, the page requires that those interested in the beta program have any of these products.
thermostats, network devices, speakers, screens, cameras, doorbells, door locks, Nest Protect (smoke alarms) or Chromecasts.
For now, testing can only be done by users in the United States.