Technology and science have revolutionized our lives. As a result, we have a lot of smart home products, and in that list, Google Nest is one among them. It was founded in 2010 by the former Apple Engineers Tony Fadell and Matt Rogers. With the Nest app, you can view the live happenings free from all the Nest cameras in your account. The Nest app uses the sensors, algorithms, and the location of your phone and automatically turns on and off the camera or microphone. The app alert when it senses smoke or carbon monoxide, extreme temperature, and security alerts like when someone knocks or enters a room or a door or window gets opened. Instead of sharing keys, you can assign secure passcodes in the Nest app. You can download Nest on Apple TV as it is natively available on the App Store.
How to Install Nest on Apple TV
 Navigate to select the App Store tile on your Apple TV home using the Apple TV remote.
 When the App Store opens up, navigate to select the Magnifier icon.
 The on-screen keyboard will appear. Type Nest and search for it.
 Select the Nest app tile from the list of apps on the search result.
 Select the Get icon to download and install the app on the next screen.
 Once downloading is over, click Open to launch the app.
 Once launched, start using the Nest on your Apple TV.
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Alternate Way: Screen Mirror Nest on Apple TV
 Under the same WiFi connection, connect your Apple TV and iPhone or iPad.
 Install the Nest app from the App Store on your iOS device.
 Sign in to your account to get into the Nest app.
 Go to the Control Center on your iPhone and hit the Screen Mirroring icon.
 Choose your Apple TV from the list.
 Now, the Nest screen will be cast from the iPhone and appear on your Apple TV.
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1. Is there a monthly charge for Nest?
The Nest subscription costs $6 per month and $60 per year.
2. Is a Nest worth it?
Nest is a 100% worth app where you can control everything at your fingertips.