Google is rolling out a new home control tool that lets you control your home remotely from a web browser.
The feature is called Google Home.
Its developer, Google Home, lets you use it to control any device or home automation system you own.
The new app, which is not yet available in the Google app store, uses the Google Cloud Platform and Google Home APIs to integrate with various third-party products, including the Philips Hue and Philips Hue Lights.
Google Home is not a replacement for the existing home control apps like HomeKit, but it could allow a more advanced user base to use the device as a remote control.
The app, called Google Homes, lets users use the Google home automation API to connect to the Google Home app, and access the control functions.
Google said the API was developed to make it easy to get connected with other HomeKit devices.
Google Home is built using the latest versions of the Google Web Platform and the Google API, and Google said it is currently the only home control system on the Google web platform that supports the Google APIs.
Google’s developer tools also let developers create a Web interface for HomeKit apps that lets users control a HomeKit-enabled device remotely.
Users can also make requests to the HomeKit API, which Google said can be used to control various home automation devices from outside the Google Play Store.
Users who want to use Google Home to control their home remotely can install a Home app for their device or device-control app store.
The Home app then allows users to remotely control the device or app from the Google ecosystem, according to Google.
Users can use HomeKit to access the Google Alexa-enabled home automation device or a remote app.
Google said HomeKit is designed to give developers a unified API that allows them to make the devices and apps that work with the Google services accessible to anyone.
Google has not revealed how much it is charging for this service, but Google Home will include an in-app subscription fee.