Nest’s technology learns when you like your house to be warm or cold, and adjusts the heating accordingly. And if you don’t like that, all options are accessible from an app.

Your thermostat controls 60% of your energy bill. So shouldn’t it help you save energy? The Nest Thermostat does. Since 2011, it’s saved over 8 billion kWh of energy in millions of homes worldwide.* Because it learns from you. It gets to know the temperature you like when you’re at home. And turns itself down when you’re away. It even learns how your home warms up or how draughty it is, so it only uses the energy it needs. That’s how the Nest Thermostat saves energy.

The Nest app just works. And it’s compatible with most mobiles and computers. It brings Nest products and other smart products together in one place. So you don’t have to switch between apps. And you don’t need to program everything to work together. It all happens automatically.

Many apps can give you data. But it’s much harder to turn that data into something helpful. The Nest app doesn’t just tell you what. It also tells you why.

Nest products can show you info that you’ve never seen before – such as why you used so much energy last week. What went wrong in an emergency. Or how long someone was lurking at your door. This way, you can start to see patterns and understand your home better.

With Nest, family members don’t have to share a password to use the app. You can each have your own Nest account. And because the Nest app works with most laptops and iOS or Android phones, everyone can receive notifications and control the Nest products that they need. And everyone gets a Home Report to track what’s happened.

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