Ever since its release, Google Fiber continues to awe the world by connecting off-the-grid regions within the United States to a stunningly fast internet network. While the rest of the country waits to Fiber up, Google has improved the user experience for the current Fiber internet service subscribers with a brand new Google Fiber app.
The app is designed with the quick and simple user interface we love Google
for, giving Fiber users the ability to manage their accounts, set up their Wi-Fi connection, check the internet speed, while offering the option to pay their Google Fiber bills right from the app. Google continues on its path to becoming the next big ISP in the United States, and offering a relatively simple app compared to other major internet service providers gives Google the upper edge.
Google Fiber came to the rescue of helpless users who were subjugated to low internet speeds and changed thousands of lives for the better by promising 1 GB/s upload and download speeds. Although Google introduced Gigabit internet “before it was cool”, competing ISP’s, such as AT&T, Comcast, and Time Warner have embraced Gigabit as well.
While Comcast has begun offering 2 GB/s to outshine Google
, the simplified material design app released by Google will definitely entice Google Fiber users to stay loyal. Even with all the multi-screen optimization and cool interface, the Google Fiber app is, at the end, just an app. Now only if Google could work on widening the Google Fiber network, more internet-based life forms could make use of it. The blessed Google Fiber subscribers can download the app from here
Are you one of the lucky Google Fiber users who can actually use this app? What do you think about the simplified management options and the user interface? Do let us know in the comments.