Ever had to drive back home after journeying almost halfway to work because you realized you forgot something important like your phone, wallet, or purse? Or more interestingly, leaving the house late because you could not quickly remember where you dropped your phone or wallet last night. Just hold on, I got more. Imagine you’re in a restaurant and you get pickpocketed. Such experiences piss me off a lot, you too, right?
Well, Technology has, once again, hopped in to save the day with devices that can help you find lost items at the push of buttons or by a few clicks on your smartphone. Devices like Tile, Hank and the rumored AirTag will be the heroes today.
“Tile is a tiny Bluetooth tracker and easy-to-use app that finds your phone, keys, and anything you don’t want to lose – in seconds. Attach a Tile to an item and locate it by sound, by seeing its last known location on a map, or by marking it as “lost” and getting an alert when it’s found.” -as described on the Tile company’s website.
“A loud high pitched sound and flashing LED light makes your Hank super easy to find. Can’t find your device? Simply press the button your hank to make your phone ring…. Even when your phone is on silent mode or DND.” says Patricia, the makers of Hank.
There have not been any official statements from Apple concerning the AirTags, but there have been interesting leaks revealing that the Company would release it mid-October. We are optimistic that they would talk about it in their Digital-Only event on the 15th of this month.
The AirTag, if released, will be connected to the already existing Find My app on IOS devices.
Same with other Devices, Tile and Hank also have the respective apps that are used to connect to the device and to connect with other devices too.
The Hank App has been confirmed to launch in the next 55days. It is produced by Patricia a crypto based company. The Hank device is connected with the Patricia App and can connect to 5 devices at the same time on the regular plan, and then on the Hank Extra plan unlimited amount of devices can be connected, such an amazing innovation from Nigeria, Africa.
We are looking forward to experiencing its awesomeness!