Nest Adds Android TV Support, Watch Live Feeds While on the Couch

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Nest announced support for Android TV today, allowing anyone with a Nest Cam to stream their live feeds directly to the living room’s centerpiece. 

With the latest update to the Nest application, users can also scrub through their video history and switch between feeds (if you have multiple cameras), with Nest joking that it’s, “reality TV you actually care about.”

In addition to Android TV support, Nest is also making Nest Cam your one-stop shop for a digital holiday card. As described, with Nest Aware, users can create an Instaclip, which is a short video that can be sent over social media. For example, if you have a Cam posted up in your living room during Christmas morning, you can send a condensed video of your holiday happenings, then send that off to grandparents.

To get Nest booted up on your Android TV, go download the update from Google Play.

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