Nest has announced that it will be releasing an API for its Nest Learning Thermostat. The new API was first announced at the CEDIA Expo in Denver, Colorado and later confirmed in a blog posting on Nest’s site:

What if Auto-Away could turn off your lights? What if your dryer knew not to run when energy prices were high? What if your robot vacuum knew when you were gone and cleaned up before you got home?

Starting today, we’re looking for partners to bring this vision to life.

The Nest Developer Program will offer a real-time Web API for the Nest Learning Thermostat in early 2014. The API is not only launching so other apps can integrate with the Nest thermostat, but also so the device can talk to other smart home systems, such as those that control lighting. Developers who want to get in on the API can register their interest here.

Nest Learning Thermostat to get its own API originally appeared on TUAW – The Unofficial Apple Weblog on Thu, 26 Sep 2013 09:00:00 EST. Please see our terms for use of feeds.

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