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The Ditto Wearable Keeps Notifications Simple and Personal

This cool and affordable wearable device makes sharp work of delivering notifications that matter the most to you, and it’s compatible with tons of popular apps.

It’s called Ditto, and it’s designed to keep you in touch with the digital domain without the need to reach for your smartphone every time a notification lands. The Ditto wearable is a small, waterproof device that weighs just 8 grams. It’s also versatile, as it can be worn as a wristband or clothes clip (wristband and clip are both included in the package).

Ditto uses Bluetooth to connect with your smartphone and has a range of 50 to 100 feet depending on your environment. In the potentially tragic event that you’re about to leave your sacred smartphone behind, Ditto will vibrate to let you know – the end of a bothersome and expensive era of “The lost phone”.

When an incoming call, text, email, calendar reminder, or app notification lands; Ditto will buzz. You can also customize Ditto so only VIP callers and notifications get through. this can be done by using the “Favorites” feature in the companion app, or with customized vibration patterns.

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Silent alarms are a pretty tranquil method of being woken up in the morning, plus they don’t get you in trouble by disturbing your bed mate. Ditto allows you set up to three alarms and repeat the vibrations to make sure you get out of the sack.

Some of the third-party apps compatible with Ditto include: Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, Snapchat, Ebay, Skype, Hangouts, Line, Tinder, Uber, IFTTT and loads more.

The Ditto app is compatible with Android 4.4 + and iOS (iPhone 5 +). The petite notification wearable offers a battery life of 3 to 6 months – depending on how popular you are. No charging required.

Ditto keeps wearable technology discrete, simple and tailored for what’s important. Best of all, it’s just $39.95 over at Dittowearable.com

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By | 2016-12-30T17:32:01+00:00 November 26th, 2016|

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