Oh, happy day! You know that feeling you get when you’re looking for something super important, but you just can’t remember for the life of you where you put it? Well, I found our solution, friends! Together we find ALL THE THINGS with a little gadget called Tile.
Let me tell you a little story. Every day, I struggle to put on my face, as in I struggle to put on my makeup. The reason is pretty simple. I usually don’t ever remember where I left my makeup bag. Most of the time, I put my makeup on while I’m on-the-go, so my makeup bag usually is nowhere to be found. It can leave me a little frustrated to say the least.
Nobody likes losing stuff, especially when it’s something important to you–like your makeup bag. Now when something is lost, Tile
Tile is the world’s best-selling little Bluetooth tracker, paired with an intuitive app, making it easy to find everything that matters. You can attach it to any little thing you don’t want to lose, and voila! By checking your app, your lost things can be found.
I attached mine to my makeup bag, because hello, mom brain. My husband would say to just put things back where they belong, but we all know that’s easier said than done when you’re a mom. Now I can just open my Tile app
, press a button, and find my makeup bag jingling its little Tile tune
from under a pile of clothes or toys or backpack or in my car.
It’s that easy! My face is found and no more losing my marbles.
One of Tile’s most powerful features
is its massive community find network. When your Tile is not nearby, and it’s not in the last place the app recorded you having it, you can select “Notify When Found.” This sets every Tile app
in the Tile community
on the lookout for your item. The next time any Tile community member comes within bluetooth range of your Tile, it will send you a notification. Plus, this whole process is completely anonymous and automatic, so no one else will know the location of your item but you. It’s basically the world’s largest lost-and-found community helping you find everything that matters most. Pretty cool, huh?