Your smart home shouldn’t be dumb.

When products work with Nest, you don’t have to tell them how to connect. Or what to do. They just work. In real homes for real people.

Just look for the Works with Nest logo. Today a ton of brands you already use connect to Nest, like your Philips Hue lights and Whirlpool washer. And more are coming every day.

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There’s no place like a Nest home.

How it works

  • Start with Nest.

    All you need is a Nest Thermostat, Nest Protect or Nest Cam. Add another product, like a light bulb, and they’ll start to notice each other, learn from one another, and help you out – all on their own.

  • Simple, secure setup.

    Sign into your light bulb app, tell it to connect to Nest, then verify your Nest Account. It’s private, secure, and you’re always in control. Learn more >

  • It just works.

    You don’t have to be a tech geek to get things working. Once you connect a product to Nest, it automatically starts doing things for you, without you having to program it.

See what works with Nest.

Nest works with all kinds of things – lights, appliances, fitness bands and even cars.
Find your favorite products and discover new ones that can help you save energy, stay comfortable and stay safe.

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  • Home has never smelled so good.

    When Febreze Connect works with your Nest Learning Thermostat, Nest can turn on your fans to help circulate fresh scents throughout your house. See how it works >

  • See yourself in the best light.

    Now you can use Nest Cam to capture light settings and recreate them perfectly in your simplehuman sensor mirror pro. See how it works >

  • A bright idea.

    When Nest notices the house is empty, your Wemo controlled lights can automatically turn off to help you save energy. See how it works >

  • Connected to what matters most.

    With the AT&T Digital Life app turn down the temperature on your Nest Thermostat when you arm your system at night before bedtime, or when you leave home for the day. See how it works >

  • Two views. One app.

    When August Doorbell Cam works with Nest, you can see who’s at the front door and anything your Nest Cam sees – all with a single glance at the August app. See how it works >

  • Where there’s motion, there’s light.

    If Nest Cam senses motion in an Activity Zone, your LIFX bulbs can turn on there so you can see what’s going on. See how it works >

  • Staying comfortable is automatic.

    If Nest senses you’re gone, Lutron® Caséta® Wireless can automatically turn your lights off and close your blinds to help you save energy and money. See how it works >

  • See if there’s smoke before going inside.

    When Nest Protect senses smoke or carbon monoxide, your SkyBell HD button can turn red, letting you know before you open the door. See how it works >

  • Rise and shine to the perfect temperature.

    Just wear Misfit to bed and it can tell your Nest Thermostat to warm up the house before you wake up. See how it works >

We take your privacy seriously.
Very seriously.

We make sure you have control over what’s shared.

Before you choose to connect any device or service with Nest, we’ll explain exactly what the benefit will be and what information will be shared. Depending on the connection, that may include basic home and device data, HVAC system specs, smoke and carbon monoxide status, Home and Away states, or Rush Hour Reward events. We don’t share any usernames, passwords, email or home addresses. Period.

You can disconnect at any time.

Every company we work with is required to follow a list of guidelines that limit how it can use the information you’ve agreed to share. We take those rules seriously, and can revoke third-party access at any time. You can also disconnect an integration whenever you’d like. If for any reason you decide to delete your Nest account, we’ll automatically disconnect any active integrations for you.

We take extra steps to keep your data secure.

Privacy is important. But so is security. All our connections use SSL. Which means communications between Nest and other third-party companies are always encrypted.

When you trust Nest with your data, it’s governed by Nest’s and .