Google Smart Home is feeling the heat. Shortly after Amazon made its announcement Dirty-cheap $ 50 flashing video doorbell, Nest’s VP Ishi Shi Chandra announced That’s Google Also A competitive second generation nest doorbell is coming next year. And vice versa Recently launched the battery powered Nest doorbell, The new device will be like hardware Original Nest Hello. This opens the door for 24/7 video recording, something that battery-powered cameras can’t handle due to thermal problems (plus you need to recharge them often).
Chandra added that Google plans to launch a web view for the home app next year, which will allow you to control cameras and other devices from your computer. Honestly, it’s a push that Google has yet to make, especially when competitors like Arlo and Ring have been offering them for years. Google finally plans to bring the old Nest device to the Google Home app, but for now, Nest customers will have to quarrel between two separate apps.
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