This article describes changes and enhancements included in software updates for the Nest Learning Thermostat.
Nest used a version of the OpenSSL library with the Heartbleed bug, which may have affected the Nest Thermostat and the Nest app. Nest Protect was not affected by the Heartbleed bug. We’ve already deployed a software update to fix the issue for the Nest Thermostat and apps. We also recommend that you change your Nest Account password.
You can control and get information on all your Nest products with the Nest app or on the Web if you have a computer or supported smartphone or tablet and an Internet connection.
The system requirements and technical specifications for the Nest Protect (Battery) and Nest Protect (Wired 120V).
Nest Protect’s Wireless Interconnect feature allows all Nest Protects to talk to one another, letting you know what’s happening in other parts of the house during an alert or emergency alarm.
If you’re a customer of one of Nest’s energy partners, you can sign up online to get Rush Hour Rewards and/or Seasonal Savings. Enrollment is different for each utility, so find out how to do it here.
We’ve partnered with leading progressive energy companies in the US to help you earn rewards and lower your energy bills. If you’re a customer of one of our energy partners, you can get rebates and access to new Nest services like Seasonal Savings and Rush Hour Rewards.
The software update history of the Nest app for Android, including the dates of each new release and a summary of what's new.
The software update history of the Nest app for iOS, including the dates of each new release and a summary of what's new.
Auto-Tune is a unique Nest Thermostat technology that finds ways to lower your energy bill, then automatically implements them for you. Today, Auto-Tune powers two Nest services: Rush Hour Rewards and Seasonal Savings.