This post is sponsored by Google.
What good is the Internet if it only works half the time at best? At almost any given time three or more people are using the Wi-Fi in my house. I can be found in the garage trying to stream music while lifting weights, my oldest is connected to a video game server, my wife is uploading photos to her website and my youngest is learning her abc’s on her tablet. The result has been slow Wi-Fi connections and loss of service for a few devices at a time.
Our Wi-Fi connection routinely can’t take the heat of all of us being on it at the same time and our devices suffer the consequences disconnecting, reconnecting and sometimes not loading at all. Google Wifi offers a new approach to home Wi-Fi. Their multi point system is designed to give me a strong Internet connection in every room and on every device so nothing can slow me down, and no more frustrating dead zones. Finally, the freedom to stay connected no matter where I am in my house.
Google Wifi has been a huge help in solving our Wi-Fi problems. With connection points all around our home, the signal is strong in every room for once and all of us can stay connected and keep connected. So even if you start using more Wi-Fi hungry devices, move into a larger home, or start sharing your home with more people, you’ll be covered. And better yet, with the complementary mobile app, you get simple control of your home Wi-Fi allowing you to see what devices are connected to your network and prioritize your Wi-Fi bandwidth.
Another great feature of the Google Wifi app is being able to pause our Wi-Fi network. You might wonder why that would be a great feature, but when you have a “tween” that frequently sneaks her iPad into her room to play late night, you’ll be forever thankful for this solution. The ability to pause Wi-Fi to select devices makes this a great asset to any parent. For example, instead of manually pausing Wi-Fi to your phone at 7 pm, you can now schedule for Wi-Fi to be paused from 7 pm – 7 am.
With a life that practically runs on Wi-Fi, Google Wifi is a must have. Their multi-point system allows me to be connected whenever and wherever I need to be, with many of us connected on multiple devices. The settings automatically adjust to keep my signal fast, and that’s exactly what I have been looking for. No more dead zones, just a strong and fast connection