Nest Labs, which Google recently acquired for $3.2 billion, opened its smart Nest thermostat and smoke detector to developers in June to make more products work together in the home, from washing machines and garage doors to lights and cars.

Now, more than 4,000 developers are a part of its Works With Nest platform, which connects smart products with Nest’s offerings, the company said on Friday. The integration growth is a part of a greater effort by Nest (and ultimately Google) to kickstart the home automation revolution

The news also comes as Apple readies its …

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