Google’s Nest Hub and Nest Hub Max are clearly on the driver seat after beating Amazon and the others, in the multimedia streaming industry. Amazon Prime Video, being the first to display Netflix content, now it is time for Google’s Nest Hub and Nest Hub Max. You can easily link your Netflix subscription and enjoy streaming.
The Nest Hub and Nest Hub Max are the smart displays manufactured by Google. In addition to that, commanding via voice over is also applicable in both these devices. If you want to watch a movie or a TV show, then you don’t have to mention Netflix, as it is the default streaming service.
A Brief Summary of Nest Hub and Nest Hub Max
Google’s Nest Hub has a brighter display with the automatic dimming of brightness and color adjustments. The size is compact and comfortable to use wherever you go. You can access the smart controls of the device with touch and voice controls. Apart from watching movies and TV shows, you can enjoy your favourite photos as well.
On the other hand, the Nest Hub Max has a front camera for video calling. With exclusive smart home control, you can easily reconstruct as well as personalize the settings and information without any turbulence. It comes in light grey and dark grey colors with attractive and shiny looks.
Netflix on the Nest
Google has designed its Nest hub with the perfect implementation of Netflix gesture. It actually means that you can comfortably start Netflix with a single command over the Google voice assistant within a fraction of seconds: “Hey Google, open Netflix”. Before that, make sure you have a Netflix subscription. If not, choose a plan and subscribe for ultimate entertainment.
A Netflix spokesperson has recently stated that the multimedia streaming giant wants all the people to gather information about how people are perceiving experiencing entertainment. In doing so, they will gather information about the activities of the people.
Netflix and Nest Hub on other platforms
Apart from Google Nest, Netflix is also available on Hulu, Chromecast, Starz, Sling Tv, CBS All Access, and many platforms as well. In addition to that, you can also cast your Nest Hub with a variety of mobile applications like Disney Plus, Warner Bros media, HBO Max, and others respectively.