To make your home more efficient, we want to make it easy for you to stay informed about what’s going on in your home, giving you peace of mind wherever the day takes you. For the past few years, we’ve been accomplishing this goal through our Nest Aware service, which provides intelligent alerts and camera history in conjunction with our Nest Cams. Today we’re announcing the new Nest Aware, which will soon bring whole-home awareness to more of your Nest devices for one affordable monthly rate.
One price for your entire home
We’ve heard that our Nest Aware pricing can be a bit expensive and complicated, so we’re introducing a simple home pricing model. Instead of paying for each camera separately, the new Nest Aware will include all the cameras, speakers and displays in your home for one low price, and even more video and event history.
We’re also introducing event-based recording, a new service built into both Nest Aware plans that starts recording only when your camera detects motion or sounds, like a dog barking or a camera. to someone watching, and sends you an alert so you can Take action or watch clips from the event later. This new service will be offered alongside our existing 24/7 continuous video recording, where you can scan your entire video history to see everything before, during and after an event.
You can choose from two simple plans: Nest Aware, with 30 days of event video history, for $6 per month (or $60 for an annual subscription), or Nest Aware Plus, with 60 days of event video history and 10 24/7 video history of the day, at $12 per month (or $120 for an annual subscription).
More helpful warnings that are important.
Nest Aware coverage is expanding to include Nest and Google Home speakers and displays. You can now enable these devices to be your ears when you’re away. They’ll listen for important sounds, like smoke or carbon monoxide alarms, and send alerts to your phone. You then have the option to listen to an audio clip or listen live to confirm the alarm.
Expanded voice detection is a big step forward in the kind of support we can provide, and it’s designed from the ground up to respect your privacy in your home. Voice detection happens entirely on your device, and your Nest devices will light up to provide a visual indication when an event is being recorded and sent to Google for you to review. can take You can review and delete audio clips at any time in your Home app.
Emergency calling at your fingertips
If a speaker or display sounds a smoke alarm and sends an alert to your phone, the Home app with Nest Aware now lets you call the nearest 911 emergency services to your home, even if you’re too far away. I’m away. If you dial 911 directly from your phone while you’re away, you may be connected to a call center that can’t dispatch to where you live. And in these emergency moments, the last thing you want to do is to find your local emergency dispatcher at home.
If you’re at home and can’t reach your phone right away, say, “OK Google, call 9-1-1” to any Google Nest or Home speaker or to the display included in your Nest Aware subscription. .
Everything you need to know, in one place
Early next year, we’re launching the Home feed in the Google Home app. It brings together all events and notifications from your devices in one place, including an overview of the day and current events in your home. You can scroll through your favorite events, watch full video clips or listen to audio clips—and always have peace of mind.
when and where
The new Nest Aware is coming early next year to the 19 countries where Nest Aware is currently available, and it’ll be easy to switch to your existing plans. Expanded coverage of Nest speakers and displays with voice detection and emergency calling will be available only in the US. With affordable pricing and whole-home awareness on more devices, Nest Aware is now more helpful and affordable than ever.
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