Shipments for Google WiFi are expected to go out soon, and in preparation for the service's launch, Google is releasing a rather large update to the OnHub app. Rather than being called Google On, the app will be getting rebranded as Google WiFi.Google announced Google WiFi back at their big press event that took place in October, and Google WiFi aims to take over what was started with OnHub last year.
In addition to the name change, the actual UI of the app is also getting a facelift. While the overall look and feel still remains the same, navigation through the app has been improved tremendously. Three new tabs are now present at the top that offer quick and easy access to Google WiFi's biggest features, and although it isn't a revolutionary change, it should make using the app much more enjoyable.
If you still own an OnHub device, don't let this news scare you. All OnHub routers will continue to work with the Google WiFi app just as they did when it was called Google On, and when Google WiFi is finally released, you'll even be able to use your OnHub router in conjunction with Google's new networking hardware.
source: Android Police