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Nest Aware camera, price and features
Nest Aware Camera

what is Nest Aware? Nest Aware is a paid service that lets you use your Google Nest cameras and doorbells in even more ways. With more video history and smarter alerts, you can always know what’s going on at home and feel better about things. The features of Nest Aware depend on your product and where you are.

How does pricing for Nest Aware work?

Nest Aware has two price levels that can be paid for monthly or annually. Subscriptions start at just $8 per month (or $80 per year, saving you $16 per year) for all the Nest cameras, doorbells, speakers, and displays in one home. For $16 a month (or $160 a year, which is a $32 annual savings), Nest Aware Plus gives you access to more days of event video history and 10 days of 24/7 video history. If you still pay for Nest Aware for each camera, it’s easy to switch to a plan that covers all the Google Nest devices in your home for one price.

Which Nest Aware features are available in my country?

Features and alerts for Nest Aware vary by device and country. Nest Aware is currently available in:

  • Australia, Austria, Belgium, Canada, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Ireland, Italy, Japan, Mexico, the Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, the United Kingdom, and the United States.

It also has a longer video history and more intelligent alerts (except Puerto Rico). In Illinois, Nest cameras and doorbells don’t show faces of people you know.

At the moment, Google Nest speakers and displays can only be used in the U.S. to make emergency calls and listen for sounds.

Can I change from a monthly plan to an annual plan?

To switch between monthly and annual billing on your Nest Aware subscription, you will need to turn off auto-renewal on your current subscription, wait until the billing cycle is over, and then re-subscribe to Nest Aware with your preferred billing frequency.

Do you really need Nest Aware?

No, not really. There’s nothing stopping you from buying a Nest camera and never paying for it again. Just know that Nest security is very limited if you don’t pay for a subscription. Face recognition features that are locked behind paywalls are annoying, but the fact that you only have three hours to watch and save event clips means that if you’re not awake and paying attention to your phone when it sees something, you may never know about it.

How to get nest aware for free?

If you register a new home or upgrade from a 1st-gen Nest, you can get a 30-day trial of Nest Aware.

 

How to cancel your Nest subscription on iPhone, Android and their Official website

Here are the steps you can take on Android and iPhone to cancel your Nest Aware subscription. Follow these easy steps to cancel your Nest Aware subscription.

iOS

1. Go to Settings > [your name] > iTunes & App Store on your iPhone.

2. Tap your Apple ID at the top of the screen, and then tap View Apple ID (you might need to sign in)

3. Scroll down and touch “Subscriptions.”

4. Click on “Nest.”

5. Click on “Cancel Subscription.”

 

Android

1. Visit play.google.com

2. Make sure you are logged in to the right Google Account

3. Click “My subscriptions” on the left.

4. Choose “Nest.

5. Click “Manage” and then “Cancel Subscription.”

 

Website

1. Go to Nest’s website and sign in.

2. From the “Account” menu, go to “Subscriptions.”

3. Click “Stop Nest Aware.”

4. Click on “Cancel Subscription” to confirm.

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