Philips Hue will discontinue the Works with Nest feature on November 17th next week. Ambient Report.. In a notification displayed on the Philips Hue app, the company warns that “the integration with Nest Thermostat, Nest Cam and Nest Protect will be discontinued” from this date. However, as Google moves to the Works with Hey Google platform, the Google Home App is expected to replace many of its features, so the notification adds “This is only temporary.”
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It’s been over a year since Google announced it Works with Nest Smart Home Program End.. At that time, he said that the integration of the new Works with Nest would not be allowed after August 31, 2019, Existing ones are allowed to continue.. However, Philips Hue is no longer supporting older platforms.
According to the full notification that Philips Hue users will see: Ambient:
“Google is migrating the” Works with Nest “program to the” Works with Hey Google “program. In this regard, the integration of Philips Hue with Nest Thermostat, Nest Cam and Nest Protect will be removed from November 17, 2020.
This is only temporary, as Google has incorporated the existing Works with Nest feature into the Google Home app. We appreciate your understanding and cooperation. “
Works with Nest is now allowing Google’s smart home devices to control smart light bulbs. For example, room lighting can be set to turn off automatically when the Nest Cam detects the sky, or it can be set to turn on when the NestProtect fire alarm detects smoke.
The Philips Hue app states that similar functionality will soon be available in the Google Home app via the new Works with Hey Google program. Ambient It will take some time for some features to arrive, but keep in mind that at least one of the popular Works with Nest features has recently begun to roll out.Google last month Added “Presence Sensing” to Google Home AppUse the combination of smartphone geo-fencing and motion sensor on your smart home device to recognize when you are at home.