Dropcam, Dropcam Pro, and Nest Secure support ends on April 8th

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Google just sent out its final reminder that Dropcam and Dropcam Pro cameras and Nest Secure home security systems will stop working next Monday, April 8th. Google first made the announcement a year ago, a month before it rolled out its redesigned Home app.

The Dropcam and Dropcam Pro, which came out in 2012 and 2013, respectively, will stop being able to connect to the Nest app and stop recording video. Video history will remain available after April 8th, but the length of time depends on your individual Nest Aware subscription version and tier, which range from five to 60 days.

Current users should also check their emails for an offer toward an indoor wired Nest Cam, which expires on May 7th, 2024. But perhaps most importantly, users should note their current Nest Aware subscriptions will not be automatically canceled. Cancellation requests must be made through home.nest.com, but if your subscription covers other devices in your home, those devices will still work, so you may not want to cancel.

The Nest Secure security system will also stop working. Eligible users should have received an emailed offer for a Self Setup system from ADT (up to $475) or $200 to spend in the Google Store. The offer expires on May 7th, 2024.

The super important bit for Nest Secure users with Nest x Yale Locks: when support goes offline on April 8th, the Nest Guard keypad will no longer be able to bridge your lock to Wi-Fi, so you’ll need to get a Nest Connect. Users who do not already have one should have received an email to get one at no charge. If you are unable to connect it before Nest Secure goes offline, you can get help with that here. You’ll also still be able to get in using a passcode if you have one set up. Users who don’t have a passcode set up must make one before the April 8th deadline.

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Originally appeared on: TheSpuzz