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Google finally brings all its Nest Cam features to Google Home for web

With a new update you can now view recorded footage from cameras like the Google Nest Cam (indoor, wired) on Google Home’s web interface. | Photo by Jennifer Pattison Tuohy / The Verge

Google has announced that in the next few days, Nest Cam users will finally be able to view and download recorded clips and scroll through their event timeline on its new home.google.com web portal. While you’ve been able to view livestreams from here, if you want to see what happened earlier, you need to go to the Google Home app.

The company also says it’s bringing the ability to create custom clips from recorded footage both on the web and in the app, finally bringing the full functionality of its Nest cameras to its own platform. These features will require a Nest Aware subscription, starting at $8 a month.

Google first promised to bring a web view to its cameras in 2021, but it didn’t materialize until 2022. Then, it was limited…

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