Nest today updated its Android application to allow you to add up to 18 Nest Protects — those are the $129 combination smoke and CO detectors — to a single home.

Again, that's up to $2,300 worth of smoke and carbon monoxide detectors in a single home. Just in case.

Also in the update: Bug fixes and enhancements.

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Tony Fadell obviously just bought a new house with this $3B.

yankeesusa says:

You got that right. Although I have the nest thermostat and so far it's pretty cool. With the scheduling I think I have already saved money. We will see with next bill.

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Warrenisit says:

Awesome. You have to cater to the big dogs as well as the little dogs and Google... I mean Nest is doing a good job at that.

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yankeesusa says:

Ok, thanks for letting us know. I'll make sure not to look up any information on spammers.

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john_v says:

Well they obviously don't pride "it(self)" on spelling =)

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nickacs says:

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mwara244 says:

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tdizzel says:

That should almost cover the west wing at the Nickinson Estates

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Couldn't this actually be for businesses, like in huge corporate offices where they probably have to have a ton of smoke detectors?

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tbocfo says:

My house has 9 smoke detectors, local building code. However I would not buy 9 of these at 129 each. I do have the Nest thermostat and after 1 year my equal pay gas bill dropped $14 a month.

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