Now, new device to keep you from misplacing things you would hate to lose
A new device launched yesterday will help people to keep track of things they would hate to lose.
Washington: A new device launched yesterday will help people to keep track of things they would hate to lose.
TrackR Bravo, a Bluetooth-powered device, is priced at 29 dollars and is a bit taller and thicker than a quarter. Users can stick the device on their keys, wallet or on their dog's collar and track them via map in a corresponding iOS and Android app, reported TechCrunch.
It also comes with adhesive stickers.
Once you've attached it to your object of choice, the app lets you choose from a list of preset options for what it could be, then registers the object in TrackR's "Crowd GPS" database.
In case your phone dies while you are looking for your Bravo, TrackR will allow you to use other phones running its app to locate the device which will be visible on the Crowd GPS list.