Motorola Keylink Can Find Your Smartphone or Keys

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 Motorola Keylink

Motorola on Wednesday introduced a new keychain accessory called Motorola Key link, which can pair together with your smartphone and might to find it inside a radius of a hundred ft. It really works both ways, and might help in finding your keys also.

The Motorola Key link cellphone and key finder is priced at $24.99 (approximately Rs. 1,500) and will also be bought from Motorola.com and T-cell starting Wednesday, says the corporate.

The Key link is a small Bluetooth-powered accent that can get hooked up to any keychain and paired with any Android (version 4.3 or larger) and ios (version 7.1 or higher) smartphone the use of the Motorola connect app, which is to be had for obtain from Google Play and the App store.

The corporate claims that the battery inside the Motorola Key link lasts upwards of a year and is replaceable with a typical coin cell battery.

Motorola Keylink Can Find Your Smartphone or Keys From 100 Feet Away

“if your cellphone decides to play hide and are seeking for with you, which you could press a button on Key link to make it ring up to 100 ft away. Or in case your keys get a identical concept, you should use the Motorola join App to make Key link ring,” notes firm on its official blog.

Motorola also stated that the Moto X (Gen 2), Droid Turbo or devices with Android 5.0 Lollipop can now use ‘relied on software’ settings to allow the brought means to maintain the smartphone unlocked when the Motorola Key link is local.

On Tuesday, Google reportedly had also rolled out the ‘trusted places’ choice within the smart Lock menu for all Android 5.0 Lollipop gadgets alongside new Google Play services and products 6.5. With the new possibility, users are in a position to choose a relied on place, and their instrument will stay unlocked in that space. Users can even have the ability to set trusted locations with toggles for residence and Work area within the trusted locations menu the usage of Google Maps.

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