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Lazarus
Community Specialist
Community Specialist

Hey Google Nest Community,

With intelligent alerts* from the new Nest Security cameras and doorbells, you’ll always know what’s going on at home, even when you’re away. They have built-in intelligence that can spot a person, vehicle, animals, and even packages on Nest Doorbell, and alert you about what matters most.**

This includes any antics your pets get up to at home. Say goodbye to guessing: with the new Nest Cams, you’ll get an alert on your phone about the things that matter most. Like if your dog is digging up the yard, if your cat knocks something off the counter, or if a bear breaks into your home. With no wires and a range of accessories, the battery powered Nest Cam is designed to go almost anywhere. It’s also weather resistant, so you can choose to put it on the exterior of your house to keep an eye on the yard, or put it inside your home to check in on the dog or the kids. An available stand makes it easy to set up wherever you want.

And with the new Nest Doorbell, you’ll know if it’s your pet sitter or just a package delivery. You can even use pre-recorded responses, like “You can just leave it. Thanks!”

In celebration of launching our new Security portfolio, we teamed up with comedian stars Brittany Broski and Joe Dombrowski, and Peloton Instructor Alex Toussaint to be the voices behind what your pets are thinking while they’re home alone all day.

  • Check out a cute pup playing Floor is Lava with Joe Dombrowski as “Lava Dog” here.
  • Watch these deer try to go viral with Alex Toussaint as “Director Deer” here.
  • Learn if it’s a package or a cheeseburger with Brittany Broski as “Jumping Jack” here.

We want you to experience the magic behind the intelligent alerts of our new Nest Cams and Doorbell, so we’re encouraging YOU to show us the hilarious and unimaginable things that your pets get into while you are away from home... Share your favorite Nest Cam pet or animal videos using #CaughtOnNestCam for a chance to be featured on @MadeByGoogle, (and maybe even voiced by Brittany Broski, Joe Dombrowski, or Alex Toussaint).

We can't wait to see the full range of personalities among our Nest community's pets!

The Google Nest team

 

Learn more about the new Nest Cams
Learn more about the new Nest Doorbell
See this step by step guide on how to download your Nest Cam video clips.
 
*Some features, including mobile notifications, remote control, video streaming and video recording, require working internet and Wi-Fi.
**Certain features not available on all Nest cameras and doorbell, or may require Nest Aware. subscription on older Nest cameras and doorbells. Learn more at g.co/nest/meetaware.

6 Comments
timthuston
Community Member

The quality of the NEW cameras is terrible. The google home app is absolutely terrible with cameras. 

buyer beware!

dafinki
Community Member

I have two cats - one black, one grey. The camera can pick up the grey cat (sometimes) but not the black one. So I don’t really think that the detection is up to much…

Tbh it sometimes fails to pick up humans, so animals are even less likely to be noticed!

 

楊安
Community Member

你媽的

VanClan
Community Member

Since the cameras are already able to detect familiar faces, it would be extremely helpful to only receive notifications when UNFAMILIAR faces come to my door. It is so annoying to be notified that I have entered or exited my house (along with ALL my other family members). If I turn off the notifications for this I am not notified when other unfamiliar people approach my door, which to be honest is all I really care about!

 

There have been several threads in the community about this. When are you going to listen to what the people want? Seems like this should be so simple!

MdNahidIslam
Community Member

Hi @Lazarus 

Good. thank you share information. 

楊安
Community Member