Stream Security Camera Footage to a Google Smart Display
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Being able to stream a security camera footage to a Google Smart display can provide you flexibility and convenience as it offers homeowners and businesses to watch your loved ones, family, and business assets from the comfort of your room. In this article, we will guide you to know what you need to do in order to turn this trick into reality in your smart home – read on for all you need to know.

Whether you are using a Nest Hub or any other third-party smart displays we have got you covered in this article. It will make your life easier the next time you ask Google Assistant to show you a live feed.

Before we begin we bring a list of compatible cameras which you require to set up with your Google Home app for it to magically stream to your smart display. 

Compatible Cameras For Streaming Camera Footage to a Google Display

  • Arlo
  • Atomi Smart
  • Geeni
  • Homee Smart Home
  • Mydlink Smart
  • Ioe Smart
  • iView iHome
  • KAFO Smart
  • Logi Circle
  • Momentum Smart Home
  • Nest
  • Netatmo
  • Panasonic HomeHawk
  • Reolink
  • Q-See Plus
  • Smart K
  • Swann Smart Security Camera
  • TP-Link Kasa
  • Tuya Smart, Smart Life
  • Zmodo
  • SpotCam

How to stream camera footage to a Google smart display?

We can start the process to stream camera footage to a Google smart display assuming you have set up both the smart display and security camera with your Google Home app. 

Once we have this setup ready we do not need to do anything out of the box as all these devices live under the same ecosystem. 

Now get busy with the following voice commands before you start receiving a live feed of your smart camera on your Google smart display.

  • “Hey Google, show [camera name].”
  • “OK Google, what’s on [camera name]?”
  • “Hey Google, can you play [camera name] on [display name]?”
  • “OK Google, stop.”

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