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Xiaomi Mi Home App Now Compatible With Two New Languages

Chinese manufacturing giant, Xiaomi, is constantly expanding to different countries of the world. Its Mi Store is already available in many European countries like Spain, Portugal, France to mention a few but these stores have limited products in many cases just smartphones. Xiaomi fans in France and Italy now have something to rejoice for, their beloved brand may be planning a full-scale entry into these countries. A new update of the Xiaomi Mi Home app (an essential app that is required for full applicability of Xiaomi smart Home devices) shows that this app is now available in two new languages which include Italian and French languages.

With this addition, it appears that the company is gearing up to fully unveil a bulk of its smart Home devices in France and Italy. As of now, the Mi Home app does not support European servers but it can remotely manage several smart devices which include smart lights, robot cleaners, smart speakers and more.

Xiaomi’s latest update to the Mi Home app can be downloaded from Google Play Store (5.1.26 version) and it is only 26.83MB heavy. Going through the details of the app, Xiaomi also included a couple of minor bug fixes in addition to the new language support. It appears that the apps support for French and Italian is the major modification that comes with this update.

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