Yes. We view them on our smart phones, tablets,laptop's, chromebook and desktops.
There’s a maximum number of Nest products that you can have in each Nest home. Nest thermostats Maximum of 20 per home Nest Protects Maximum of 18 per home Nest cameras, video doorbells and Dropcams Maximum of 10 per home (video quality depends on your internet bandwidth) Nest Secure Maximum 1 Guard Maximum 30 Detects Maximum 10 Tags (per person) Nest × Yale Lock Maximum of 10 per home
Yes the camera connects via Wi-Fi and you can access it it over the Internet on the smart phone or computer
They can be used all over the house in different locations as long as they have enough bandwith from your Wi-Fi for the connectivity
You can look back on stilts but there’s no active video without Subscription
Covers all cameras on one account.
It stores video for 10 or 30 days based on which subscription you get. It is $100 for the first year and each additonal camera is $50 per year. This is very fast cloud storage and worth the price. You can pull it up very fast on an iphone. It also lets you draw boxes or shapes so that it not just shows you that there is motion but where the montion is. FOr example i have it in my office and i have a box drawn around the money drop box so i can choose to see the monthion alert in red for when someone gets near it. Just 2 weeks ago 09/01/16 or so they updated the way you can view the history and it makes it super easy. My only complaint is the money but hey if you want good cloud service it works.
It will be available in September: https://nest.com/camera/meet-nest-cam-outdoor/
You sure can. Even has a chime to allow people to know when you're gonna talk. Or that can all be turned off for stealthy listening in on a room.
Use your secure internet connection, blue tooth cameras to it. You have the choice to share or not with other users.