See Wifi points and connected devices

You can see how many personal devices are connected to your Wi-Fi network in the Google Home app or the Google Wifi app.

See connected devices and data usage

With the Google Home app

The Google Home app shows how much data your devices are currently uploading and downloading. Devices that used the network within the last 30 days will display including ones not currently connected.
  1. Open the Google Home app Google Home app.
  2. Tap Wi-Fi .
  3. At the top, tap Devices.

With the Google Wifi app

The Google Wifi app shows how much data your devices are downloading and uploading currently and up to 30 days historically as well as device details. 

  1. Open the Google Wifi app .
  2. Tap Network  then Devices
  • The numbers next to "Devices" represent your total Internet (WAN) traffic to and from your network. 
  • Under each device, you can view how much data each device has downloaded and uploaded. 

Note: The app displays details for all devices connected via Wi-Fi or connected directly to your Wifi router or point with an Ethernet cable.

3. Tap a specific device and a tab to see additional details.

  • Usage: How much data the device has used over the selected time frame.
  • Details: Device details like connection status, IP address, and MAC address.

See historical data usage 

The Google Wifi app lets you see your data usage over different time frames: real-time, today, 7 days, and 30 days. Historical data is only available through the Google Wifi app at this time. Download the Google Wifi app from the Play Store (Android) or App Store (iOS).

Here's how:

  1. Open the Google Wifi app .
  2. Tap Network  then Devices.
  3. Near the top, tap the time frame and select the desired period. The default is “Real-time.”

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