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Gida Yoky Tag tracks keys, wallets and smartphones

Gida Yoky Tag is a small wireless tag that users can attach to things like keys, wallet or anything else that they need to track.

By: Tech Desk |
Updated: July 18, 2016 4:16:44 pm
Gida, Gida Yoky Tag, Yoki Tag, key tracker, smartphone tracker, wallet tracker, yoky tag price, yoky tag features, yoky tag specifications, gadgets, technology, technology news Gida Yoky Tag is a small wireless tag that users can attach to things like keys, wallet or anything else that they need to track.

Gida has announced Yoky Tag, that lets users track things using their smartphones. Yoky Tag is a small wireless tag that users can attach to things like keys, wallet or anything else that they need to track. Yoky Tag also allows users to find their smartphones by shaking the tag thrice. Gida Yoky Tag beeps loudly, even before a user is about to leave their things behind.

Gida Yoky Tag uses Bluetooth to connect to smartphone. Gida claims, Yoky Tag uses just 1 per cent battery in over 24 hours. The device doesn’t need to be charged as it comes with a replaceable battery that lasts for a year. Priced at Rs 999, Yoky Tag is water-resistant.

Gida Yoky Tag has a built-in fitness tracker that measures steps apart from estimated distance and calories. Users can customise Yoky Tag with their photos or designs.

Gida Yoky Tag has a maximum range of 150 feet. It is compatible with smartphones having Bluetooth 4 and above, and iOS 8 and above or Android 4.3 and above. It has a built-in 32-bit ARM cortex SoC and a 500mAh replaceable battery. The Yoky Tag app is available for free, and can connect up to 8 tags at a time.

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