The Smarty Ring Bluetooth-enabled wearable gadget for easy smartphone alert checks and incoming call management is finally here! Move over, Samsung Galaxy Gear watch, Pebble Watch and Sony SmartWatch, here comes the latest wearable gadget designed to work in sync with one's smartphone.
It is much sleeker, fashionable and easier to wear than the smart watches out there today. It can be worn even if you are dressed casually or dressed to the nines. Plus, it is very convenient because it updates users on the latest calls, alerts or messages in real time.
The Smarty Ring also tells time, but not only that, it actually saves time, space, effort and even battery life! Now, you don't have to check your phone all the time if you are waiting for an important call or message that you can't afford to miss. And, it even gives updates from various social media accounts such as Facebook, Google+ and Twitter. It even has Skype updates!
It acts like a remote control for one's smartphone because it can be used to put the phone on silent mode, play music and even use it as a countdown timer or an alarm clock. The Smarty Ring uses the Bluetooth 4.0 technology to make all these possible.
And, what's great is that it has a 24 hour run time, 3 year battery life and is waterproof. For fashionistas out there, don't worry because the Smarty ring has got you covered. It comes in several colors and its minimalist and elegant stainless-steel style can be worn by a man or a woman.
According to Smarty Ring's Indiegogo page, the Smarty Ring is compatible with iOS and Android devices, provided that the gadgets have Bluetooth 4.0 capabilities.
It's so easy to set up and link to your phone, just plug and play and you're all set.
The Smarty Ring Bluetooth-enabled wearable gadget for easy smartphone alert checks and incoming call management is even better than Gollum's "My Precious" ring or the "one ring to rule them all and in the darkness bind them" which was made by Sauron in the Land of Mordor, in the fires of Mount Doom (said by Galadriel in "The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring" film). Even so, it still needs some help financially in order to fully succeed. It has set up an Indiegogo page, which is an international crowd funding site based in San Francisco, California to raise $40,000 by Wednesday, December 11, 2013 at 11:59pm PT. Click HERE to learn more about it or to help them reach or exceed their goal.