Key Finder Developed
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Key Finder Developed

An Iranian startup company has created a new smart key finder called Findima that can locate anything connected to it.  The new device is a location-based device that works with a mobile app via Bluetooth. When you leave your keys in a café, for instance, your phone starts vibrating and a notification pops when distance comes between your phone and your Findima device, according to Techrasa. The device also works vice versa, instead of asking your friend to call your phone to find it, you can push the button on the device and make your phone vibrate even on silent mode. The startup is currently raising fund through crowdsourcing for giving their product wider public leverage. The company states that it is only focusing on the local market at present and intends to develop its potential at home before taking it abroad.


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