Tile Bluetooth Tracking Tags

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Tech

We’re all guilty of misplacing things. Whether it’s your keys, wallet, or your phone, it’s an inevitable part of life that you will lose something at some point. Tile is a tracking device that lets you locate anything with the push of a button.

These tiny little tiles can be attached to anything, and thanks to the iOS app, you can easily locate any of those “lost” items. If you lose your phone, simply log into the app on a friend’s phone to locate your own smartphone. You can even make the Tile tags ring, which makes things a hell of a lot easier. The coolest feature is the “lost item” functionality. Say your bike gets stolen. Simply mark it as a lost item, and if any Tile user gets within the range of your bike, their phone will discreetly communicate with the Tile cloud system, sending you a message with your bike’s location. See this thing in action below, and expect to see it hit the retail scene towards the end of this year with a sticker price of just $19.

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