Amazon and TrackR are teaming up to bring TrackR's Bluetooth location services to Alexa, Amazon's voice-activated device!
I recieved a trackr bravo in exchange for an honest and unbiased review. The trackr is perfect for those that lose stuff a lot. I have the trackr placed on my key ring and the app works perfect for finding the trackr chip.
Let’s face it, at some point or another you’ve misplaced your keys or something else and are in a rush to get out the door and on your way. Our TrackR bravo review takes a look at a device with smartphone integration that helps you easily find your misplaced items.
Finally! You don’t need internet to track your lost iPhone – there’s an app for that. The new app is called TrackR tablet and lets you locate your iPad or iPhone if it’s been lost or stolen.
Without the need of an internet connection, the TrackR Tablet app is able to track down your tablet and make it ring
Finding your iPad or iPhone is about to get a whole lot easier, even under the worst circumstances, thanks to a new app from TrackR that can locate your lost iOS devices regardless of whether or not its connected to Wi-Fi or cellular data.
I forgot what I was about to write. Never mind, TrackR helped me find my thoughts. I wish this device could help with forgetful thoughts but it doesn’t. Luckily it does help with lost items. Anyone who loses important items such as keys will find this product to be great help.
This product came at just the right time. We put it right on our new puppy until he had his micro chip. Now it is on my husband's key change since he is the one always looking for his keys.
The device works amazingly well, my only problem is now my wife and kids want mine. And I need a few more for myself! Looks like I have a no brainer gift idea. And I'll never lose my keys, backpack, wallet or whatever else, again.
The modern tech enthusiast faces an ongoing issue of shrinking text which can be increasingly easily lost or misplaced. When faced with a busy lifestyle on top who has the time to spend hunting down laptop bags, or portable tablet cases? Which is why we loved the concept behind TrackR!
An amazing product. Simple, small, easy to connect to your phone... Just amazing. I always had to look for my keys, my dog, my bag. Now they are tagged with TrackR. Ik look on my phone: Eureka, it works, it works! Thaks a lot for this simple, small and easy WORKING product!
I am one of the early Indiegogo backers of the product and it's exciting to see the progress made with the product quality. I just purchased another device for my passport and noticed that it has longer range and a louder buzzer than my early Indiegogo devices.
This product is one of the most user friendly Bluetooth devices I have ever seen. I tested communicating from phone to TrackR and TrackR to phone and it worked as advertised. I am looking forward to allowing the TrackR to save me time and eliminate frustration going forward
With crazy mornings at our house, Trackr has helped me and my husband find my keys, and my purse in that last minute rush to get out of the house a few times now. Plus I just had to ring my iPhone to find it, and the Trackr app plays my favorite music that I select.
TrackR has my vote for two key reasons. First, the Bravo is smaller and slips into my wallet without any real noticeable bulge. Second, on-going running costs of the TrackR are better because of the replaceable battery.
The TrackR is great! I love that I can find my keys with my phone, but my favorite feature is the ability to ring my phone with my keys. Awesome item for the person who is notorious for setting items down and forgetting where they left them.
I've tagged my cell phone, car keys, wallet and handbag. I do, however, prefer the little lanyard to connect to those items which comes with the TrackR Bravo. I have the original TrackR. All of my devices paired flawlessly. I would definitely recommend this product to my friends.
Losing anything, whether it’s your keys, your purse, or your smartphone is a real pain. In fact, the average person will spend 153 days looking for lost or misplaced items during their lifetime. Tech brand TrackR claims its Bravo gadget may be the answer to the problem.
TrackR’s latest product offering, Atlas, promises to combine all Bluetooth trackers into one easy-to-access network, powered by Amazon’s Alexa, to help ensure that you can ask “Where’s my keychain/wallet/bag/laptop/dog/cat/coffee cup?” and always get a helpful, user-friendly response.
Tracking tags are becoming the must-have bit of tech for forgetful folk such as myself, and a new incredibly popular tracker has finally become available in the UK, so us Brits will soon have no excuse for forgetting our wallets.
If you’re a fan of talking to your smart-home devices without pulling out your phone, you’ll be glad to know Amazon Echo had its own slew of compatibility announcements.
I recieved 2 trackers from my wonderful son for Christmas. Works great, like a charm.I'm able to locate my phone and keys when lost and God knows I loose then frequently because of my busy schedule.What a great idea. Thanks to the inventer! Love the tracker device! I highly recommend this product!
Works great! I like it and it works both from phone to TrackR and from TrackR to Phone. Only complaint I has is that the tone on the TrackR is too high pitched form my hearing. About half of the people in the room can hear it but myself and others can't without getting very close.
A new integration between the Bluetooth tracking tag and the popular smart speaker means you'll be able to ask Alexa to help you hunt for misplaced items.
We unbox the TrackR bravo! Check out what it comes with!
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One couple got to test out TrackR atlas and let us know what they had to say about it.
Once you set up the atlases, you can make a basic floor plan in the app, and when you're hunting for your pet, it will show you a pin saying she's in the bedroom. It will also integrate with Amazon Echo, so that you can ask Alexa to find the cat.
It's a smart solution as is, but it's about to get smarter.
Few things in life are as frustrating as wasting time looking for things you've misplaced at home. Plug a TrackR atlas into a wall outlet, and ou'll be able to find them anywhere inside your home.
TrackR has released their latest tracking device: the TrackR bravo. This tiny device lets you track and find anything that could be lost. Your keys, purse, wallet, laptop case, pet, etc. With a few of these devices, you might never lose anything again!
My spouse recently lost his wallet while hiking in San Francisco. Four days later, he received a call from someone who found the wallet's contents...Playing a small but important role between the "lost" and "found" parts of this drama was TrackR bravo.
When Bluetooth first came into existence years ago, it was primarily the domain of wireless audio solutions like phone headsets — however, the development of the much more battery-friendly Bluetooth Low Energy protocol has opened the door to a much wider variety of applications.
Perfect for someone who constantly loses his keys (or glasses, or bag), the TrackR Bravo attaches to items (the tracker is about the size of a coin), and its accompanying smartphone app monitors where the object is located.
Use TrackR Bravo to take stock of all your belongings!
The TrackR is a small, coin-sized device that easily attaches to your valuable items so that you can track them down if the need arises.
We all want to save time in our lives and get organized. But instead of looking at it as more of a big-picture project that can feel overwhelming and hard to stick with, taking on some easy changes throughout the day can help add hours of free time and save you stress!
When you get separated from whatever you attached it to, you'll get notified through the TrackR app in seconds.
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Just think about it, an opportunity to track down my keys through my phone? I’m not the type to lose my keys in the couch, but I am the type to leave them in a jacket in the closet, or in a pair of pants that I tossed to the side somewhere.
If you’re one of those people who can never seem to find their keys, wallet or even the remote control, it may be time for a technology solution in the form of a Bluetooth-enabled electronic tracker.
Two years ago, the Tile Bluetooth tracking device raised over $2.6 million in a crowdfunding campaign, thanks in part to an expansive ad run that seemed to blanket the entire Internet.
The TrackR Bravo is not one of those little monkey leashes that you see parents have on their child while at the mall, but it’s something like it.
I think everyone can agree that losing stuff is the WORST. But there are a few gadgets that can help you take back control.
Where are your keys? How about your cat? Personal locator devices have come a long way since the days of "whistle and your keychain bleeps," and TrackR is hoping to lead the charge with its new sub-$30 bravo dongle.
Launched as an Indiegogo project in the middle of last year, the TrackR Bravo is a follow up product to the StickR TrackR, a small coin-sized Bluetooth-enabled device designed to attach to valuable items so they can be located using the TrackR app.
The development of a new kind of Bluetooth radio system, Bluetooth LE (for “low energy”), has unlocked entire new categories of tech gadgets, including smartwatches, fitness trackers, and now, tiny tracking devices.
A bit taller and thicker than a quarter, the new $29 aluminum TrackR is meant to be stuck on your keys, in your wallet or on your dog’s collar so you can track it via map in a corresponding iOS and Android app.