Google’s Home app is becoming available to everyone, starting on May 11 after a public preview period. The app, redesigned from the ground up, includes new features such as a customizable Favorites tab, an improved camera interface, support for new device types, and other controls. The app will also allow users to set up Matter devices using an iPhone. Google’s Home app is playing catch-up to Matter, a smart home standard Amazon had already made compatible with its Thread system. However, Google allows iOS users to set up any Matter device with any smart home platform app on any smartphone, where previously Apple Home or Samsung SmartThings app was needed. A new Spaces feature allows users to control all devices in a specific category, including cameras, lights, and thermostats. Household Routines now have improved trigger options, such as “when a device does something.” The new app will roll out in five tabs, including Settings, which collects all Google’s settings pages and lets users adjust Google Assistant settings. Notifications for firmware updates may also come via this inbox feature.