Netflix is available for streaming to Google’s Nest Hub and its Nest Hub Max from today onwards, allowing you to catch up on your favorite shows wherever you have linked those apps. You just need to connect your account inside the Google Home or Assistant app as with any Nest setup.
To celebrate, Google is boasting about the discounts its offering right now to get people to buy one of these devices for your kitchen or hallway.
If you’re not a paid-up member of the Nest ecosystem, you may have thought that Netflix was already on the platform. After all, Nest Hub devices have Google Cast built-in, and it can already stream other video services, including Hulu, CBS All Access and Disney+.
This is, according to articles at AndroidPolice and AndroidGuys, because Netflix (and Amazon) has been historically reticent to certify the devices for viewing. That may be because Netflix deemed the picture quality not to be up to much, or just a general belief that people wouldn’t want to watch TV and movies on a 7-or-10-inch display designed to be installed anywhere in your home.Home Automation >> Brands >> Google >> Netflix Comes To Devices from Google’s Nest Hub