For a more streamlined smart home setup and adjustment process, Matter is now available for Android and Google Nest devices.
Managing your smart home’s many connected gadgets just got easier, thanks to a new Google update that adds Matter protocol support for users of Google Nest products. Additionally, Android’s Fast Pair features the same goal of making the process of pairing new smart devices as easy as pairing earbuds or headphones.
The Matter protocol was designed to standardise your smart home’s infrastructure so that all of your devices, regardless of brand, work together seamlessly.
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If your home’s other systems are Matter-compatible, you may use a single device to manage everything from the lights and heat to the locks and alarms. You can now use the Google Home Mini, Google Home speaker, Nest Audio, Nest Hub (Generation 1 & 2), Nest Hub Max, Nest Mini, or Nest Wi-Fi Pro as your control device.
In addition to using Wi-Fi to link all of your gadgets to your (now Matter-enabled) hub, you can also use a variety of other methods. Nest Wi-Fi Pro, Nest Hub Max, and Nest Wi-Fi Pro 2nd Generation are all made compatible with the power-saving Thread network through this update. Of course, the usefulness of this capability depends on the devices’ own Thread connectivity.
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Starting today, this Matter feature will be automatically updated onto all compatible Android and Google Nest devices. When you shop for additional Matter devices, you’ll notice that their packaging features the Matter logo.