Nest Hub (2nd gen)

Enjoy a preview of Sleep Sensing.
It’s free until next year.3
A great day starts with
a great night’s sleep
See how it works
“Sleep is the power source that enables you to recover and recharge. With Sleep Sensing, you get personalized tips that draw on the expertise of AASM to improve your sleep and overall health.”
– Kannan Ramar, MD
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An effortless way
to track your sleep.
[Image] A man is sitting upright in bed turning toward his Nest Hub display at his bedside. It shows personalized insights about his sleep.
[Image] A man is sitting upright in bed turning toward his Nest Hub display at his bedside. It shows personalized insights about his sleep.
Sleep Sensing1 uses motion and sound to monitor your sleep – so there’s nothing to wear or remember to charge. It tracks when you go to bed, when you wake up, and how long you’ve slept.2

Every morning, you can see your sleep summary on Nest Hub. Or just ask, “Hey Google, how did I sleep last night?”
Get a deeper look into your sleep.
Sleep Sensing makes it easier to understand what could be impacting your sleep. It can detect your respiratory rate, and even sleep disturbances like coughing and snoring.2, 4
Sleep Sensing can also help you make your bedroom better for sleep. It notices light and temperature changes in the room, so you’ll know if your environment could be affecting your sleep.
Get a good night’s sleep,
night after night.
Sleep Sensing helps you improve your sleep with personalized insights and recommendations.1 And after getting to know your sleep patterns and habits, it gives you weekly suggestions for more consistent and restful sleep.2
[Image] A head-on shot of Nest Hub displaying a suggestion for more consistent and restful sleep.
[Image] A head-on shot of Nest Hub displaying a suggestion for more consistent and restful sleep.
Take your sleep data on the go.
With the Google Fit app, you can view your sleep data throughout the day, and get helpful tips based on your sleep history.3 Google Fit also works with health and fitness apps you may already use, so the information you need is in one place.
[Image] A hand is holding a mobile phone that displays sleep data captured from Nest Hub.
[Image] A hand is holding a mobile phone that displays sleep data captured from Nest Hub.
Designed to prioritize your privacy.
You’re in control.
At any time, you can turn off Sleep Sensing.1 You can also turn off the mic with the mic switch.
Your sleep data is safe.
Your coughing and snoring sound data doesn’t leave the device.4 Your sleep data is not used for ad personalization, and you can review and delete it at any time.
[Image] Closeup shot of Nest Hub with desert background.
[Image] Closeup shot of Nest Hub with desert background.
You’re in control.
At any time, you can turn off Sleep Sensing.1 You can also turn off the mic with the mic switch.
Your sleep data is safe.
Your coughing and snoring sound data doesn’t leave the device.4 Your sleep data is not used for ad personalization, and you can review and delete it at any time.
Frequently asked questions
1
Sleep Sensing requires a subscription service. Sleep Sensing features are subject to your permissions and settings. They use motion, sound, and other device and sensor data to work and require placing the device close to the bed and calibrating the device for your sleeping position. Google Assistant, Google Fit app and other Google apps may be required for full functionality. Google Assistant requires a Google Account.
2
Sleep Sensing feature is not intended to diagnose, cure, mitigate, prevent or treat any disease or condition. Consult your healthcare professional for questions about your health.
3
Enjoy a preview of Sleep Sensing. It’s free until next year. As we learn and innovate on this new technology, we’re excited to explore how this can become a part of the Fitbit and Fitbit Premium experiences in the future. We will keep you updated on any future plans related to Fitbit and Sleep Sensing. Learn more
4
Device placement and nearby people, pets, or noises can cause inaccurate readings.