Google’s Nest Doorbell Wanted Spooky Halloween Sounds, So It Asked Monsters to Audition

Users can customize sounds for the holiday

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The Hello Nest Doorbell and Google Nest are allowing users to outfit their homes with the spooky spirit to replace their current doorbell rings. Equipped with four appropriately haunting sounds, trick-or-treaters and unsuspecting guests alike can be greeted by a ravenous monster, a haunting ghost, a creeping vampire, or ghastly witch.

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