For a limited time only
One of the great things about using a smart doorbell instead of a conventional one is the ability to customize what you hear when someone comes to your door and pushes that button. As it did during the 2021 winter holiday season, Google has now made new ringtones available for the Nest Doorbell — this time in celebration of Lunar New Year.
In a recent tweet, Google announced the availability of two new ringtone options — Dizi Flute and New Year Parade — to help you celebrate. The post also includes a short video previewing what the ringtones sound like.
To change your ringtone to one of the holiday tones using the Google Home app, select your doorbell from the home screen and go into the settings (the typical cog at the upper-right). Once there, navigate toDoorbell -> Doorbell Theme, and pick the ringtone of your liking. To change it using the Nest app, select your doorbell, tap the settings cog and chooseDoorbell Theme and make your choice. Now, you’ll enjoy the fun tone on your doorbell, as well as on Google Nest speakers and displays throughout your home (if you have that option enabled).ANDROIDPOLICE VIDEO OF THE DAY
The Dizi Flute and New Year Parade ringtones are only available until February 16, so enjoy them while you can.Nest Developer: Nest Labs Inc.Price: Free4.2Download Google Home Developer: Google LLCPrice: Free3.8DownloadSome Google Pixel users say March update disabled contactless payments
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Although Tom has spent 30 years building a career in corporate IT, his passion has always been following what's coming in consumer gadgetry, and getting his hands on as much of it as possible for use in his own home (despite his wife questioning, "Why do we need that?"). When not commanding Google to control his house, or drooling over the latest Android devices, he and his wife enjoy movies, music, traveling to tropical destinations, and dining out at area restaurants.