Could it be?
Could it be?
The nest protects were not mentioned.
Just skimmed the documentation. Seems pretty straightforward overall.
As mentioned by @jkp Nest Protects are not supported. Supported devices only include thermostats, cameras, doorbells, and the Nest Hub Max. The available traits and commands for the Hub Max are pretty limited and basically the same as those available for the cameras. The thermostats do not expose home/away.
There’s also a $5 fee just to create an individual account to access Nest devices.
Interesting that they’re allowing access to camera live streams and pictures, but not Nest Protects.
I cannot disagree with that, but it is really pity from Google, especially that the devices are expensive, and have no other way to access them, but through Google’s services.
There was previously a mention of them working on including the Nest Protects, but that it would come at a later date. I cannot however find any mention of this now.
No thanks! I have several Google Homes around the house, along with Android Phones and that’s enough.
Why is it not mentioned in the blog post or the email what they have sent out?
On the next page:
Device Access Console
Developer Registration Fee
To be honest, as they accept only Credit card, it is more like an entity identification through a card, and assigning an address to your account.
The $5 fee is fair, but totally random. If it was recurring I would say its to cover cloud costs of the API, but single time is just weird.
It would be fair if they would have not killed before the Works With NEST program… It is just awkward now. Like they are not earning enough from sales of the devices and from the Nest Aware services. But see my comment above, that is more likely the situation.
I am looking forward to pay the 5 USD, but need to see first how I can integrate a Hello Doorbell to SmartThings. What might going to be an issue…
So are we gonna see some integrations now? XD
I only have the nest hello and hub max from that list
The acronym is literally “NDA” - can we talk about this?
So, is this going anywhere?
I do hope so! I’m currently using next manager but it can’t do cameras and doorbell which the official Nest API offers.
I’m fine with paying the $5 fee
Someone has got an integration working with the new APIs on the hubitat hub.
I’m not a developer, but I wonder how easy it would be for someone to copy the code and port it over to ST? Can’t be that much different? Or am I being Naive?
Is this it? Finally?!
I dont think we know what the official integration will expose as of now
Yes, we can as it’s based on the “official” Google APIs which dont expose the Nest Protects and very little attributes from the Nest Tstat and cameras…