Project Fi has updated its app, and the good news is that account management is now available on other devices as well, unlike previous version which was available only on Nexus 6.
Another good news is that version E.1.3 has improved the international roaming experience. Not just that, it now also detects the country accurately.
As mentioned on Android Police and in a post in the (invite-only) Fi user community, here’s what the update brings to you.
Updates to the Project Fi app, version E.1.3, will be rolled out over the next few days starting today.
Notable updates include:
– Account management from devices other than your Nexus 6! The app now works on any phone or tablet running Android 5.1 and up. More info here:https://goo.gl/9FR6UH
– Improved international roaming experience – more reliable country detection for a better Project Fi experience when you’re traveling!
– Improvements to activation and connectivity experience
This update will hit all Nexus 6s, whether you’re on a Project Fi-specific build or not. Look out for the update in the coming days!
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Also Read: Google Project Fi – Pricing and Facts!
Apart from these changes, the app will also see some minor changes like a better initial activation and a clean interface. The Data Usage Meter has also improved. The figures are in thousands. For easier understanding, the figures have rounded up to hundreds.
Is Google’s Project Fi improving?
Google’s Project Fi is without any doubt an excellent service. But when it comes to the restrictions, the service seems to be in need of some serious changes. Looks like Project Fi is taking steps towards improving and making itself available to the masses. Cross-device account ,anagement to be the first one.
We hope that Project Fi brings many such changes so that everyone can enjoy the benefits of this service.