Technology Google adds Halloween sounds to Nest Hello video doorbells
Google adds seasonal Nest doorbell ringers in time for Halloween
If you're the type of person who goes all out each Halloween decorating your home to make it the star of the neighborhood, Google wants to help. Starting today, the company is updating Nest Hello video doorbells to add a new seasonal ringtone to help create the right atmosphere for the spookiest day of the year. Once you enabled the feature through the Nest app, instead of a standard ringtone, visitors will hear a rotating cast of characters that includes a "cackling witch," a ghost, a vampire and a scary monster anytime they ring your doorbell. The feature also works inside on Nest smart displays if you enable the visitor announcements functionality.
Decorations take Halloween to the next level, and in some neighborhoods, Nest Hellovideo doorbell , you might notice a seasonal update from Google . By enabling the feature in the Nest app, you'll get access to a chilling rotation of Halloween favorites-- a cackling witch, a ghost, a vampire and a frightening monster. Visitors will hear these anytime they ring the doorbell.can get competitive. If you have a
takes just a few taps. Access the settings by tapping the video doorbell on the Nest app home screen. From there, tap the Settings icon and then choose the section that you want to modify. Scroll down to Doorbell Theme and you can choose Halloween (US only).
Google is bringing some ‘spooky sounds’ to Nest Hello, just in time for Halloween
I have some fond memories of trick-or-treating as a kid every Halloween like I'm sure we all do -- one of those great holiday traditions when your life is still hopefully pretty innocent and mostly stress-free, and you can roam the neighborhood dressed up and knocking on doors asking for candy. Besides the fun of racing home and dumping it all out to check out the totality of your haul, one of the other fun things I remember is the extent to which some neighbors would go all-out, adding scary decorations outside and maybe even greeting you when you got to the door with spooky sound effects.
Google is also planning to launch a series of winter ringtones in late November.
Anne-Elisabeth Lemoine: for the needs of C to you, she sees the new Halloween and comes out petrified! (VIDEO)Jamie Lee Curtis, the original heroine of the Halloween saga, will be C's guest of honor tonight on France 5, on the occasion of the release of a brand new film. As a professional, Anne-Elisabeth Lemoine watched the film ... and obviously did not come out unscathed!
the talk of France 5, now have the proof that the horror movies are not at all the stuff of . They even put it in all its forms! For the needs of her show tonight, whose guest of honor will be none other than the American actress , come to defend , theaters this Wednesday, October 24, the journalist took on her and watched the scary feature film . But what she did not know was that she was filmed!
Halloween tells the story of Laurie Strode (Jamie Lee Curtis), a woman seeking revenge on Michael Meyers, a psychopath who committed several murders on a Halloween night, 40 years ago. Taking advantage of an outing, Michael Meyers managed to escape from his mental asylum. We are on Halloween night, and Laurie Strode is about to face in a bloodbath the one who haunts her for so many years. Reading this synopsis, we understand that Anne-Elisabeth Lemoine was a little (a lot) afraid seeing the movie ... but the funny thing is that all his reactions were recorded! In fact, during the screening she attended on Monday, C's team had the cruel idea of placing a camera to film the animator in close-up. Hands on the eyes, bursts, screams ... the journalist did not spare her pain. No doubt that Jamie Lee Curtis will appreciate his effort tonight in C to you!
Buy a Ring Video Doorbell or Nest Hello, and get a free smart display at Best Buy .
Pairing a smart display with a smart doorbell is a good idea. And getting a smart display for free when you buy a smart doorbell is even better. © Provided by Cable News Network, Inc.Best Buy is offering just that, in three variations. When you buy a Nest Hello doorbell ($229.99; bestbuy.com) you'll get a free Google Nest Hub. Purchasing the Ring Video Doorbell 2 ($199.99; bestbuy.com) gets you an Echo Show 5. Or you can get a free Echo Show 5 when you purchase the $249.99 Ring Video Doorbell Pro. While you won't save on the doorbells themselves, you get a smart display for free.
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