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You Can Now Stream Netflix On The Nest Hub, Nest Hub Max

We have progressed from smart talkers to smart presentations, which mostly integrates the smart-aleckies of a smart talker with a presentation. We’ve seen how this draws such devices infinitely more helpful, like being able to watch a cooking video while in the kitchen, while also being able to control your smart-alecky home manoeuvres like light bulbs.

You can also use these smart exposes to see who’s at your figurehead opening if you have a connected camera or smart-alecky bell structure. Now it looks like Google will be reaching its Nest Hub and Nest Hub Max smart presentations even better because it looks like you will now be able to stream Netflix to them.

According to Google, “Whether you’re listening to music, getting the story or catching up on a popular TV show, your Nest Hub or Next Hub Max obstruct you entertained while you’re prepping dinner or doing the dishes. It’s too the ultimate prepare comrade, with be made available to tons of YouTube videos ranging from cooking times to how-to videos. And now, for the first time on any smart-alecky presentation, you can add watching Netflix to your register of kitchen undertakings: Starting today, Netflix is found in Nest Hub and Nest Hub Max. “

Support for Netflix is reeling out Nest Hub and Hub Max machines right now, so you should be able to expect the update soon.

You Can Now Stream Netflix On The Nest Hub, Nest Hub Max

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