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Motorola Keylink Helps You Keep Track of Your Phone and Your Keys

Motorola Keylink Helps You Keep Track of Your Phone and Your Keys

Motorola Keylink Helps You Keep Track of Your Phone and Your Keys
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Tired of losing really important things? Motorola Keylink is a key fob that opens up communication between your keys and smartphone, helping one to find the other.

If you have an Android or iOS device, you can slip the Motorola Keylink onto your keychain and download the Motorola Connect app. After establishing a Bluetooth connection between Keylink and phone, you’ll be able to use your phone to ping your keys, making the Keylink ring out on command. Or, if you’ve lost your phone, you can press a button on the Keylink to make your phone ring. The Keylink has a 100-foot Bluetooth range, so as long as one or the other is within earshot, you’ll be able to find what you’ve lost.

If you have an Android 5.0 device, you can also use your keys to unlock your phone. As long as you make the Keylink a trusted device in your phone’s settings, your phone will remain unlocked as long as it’s within range of the Keylink.

So, if you lose your phone or keys a lot, the Motorola Keylink looks like a good bet. If you’re far enough gone to where you’re losing both at once, well, I don’t think Motorola can help you there. The Keylink is available from Motorola and T-…………… continues on Chip Chick

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