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Motorola launches MotoTag with UWB technology. know how different it is from Apple AirTag

MotoTag vs AirTag: Motorola has introduced MotoTag, an innovative item tracker designed for Android users. It is being seen as an alternative to Apple AirTag. This sophisticated gadget is compatible with a large range of Android smartphones and integrates seamlessly into Motorola's ecosystem.

By: Ruchi Upadhyay  Pardaphash Group
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Motorola launches MotoTag with UWB technology. know how different it is from Apple AirTag

MotoTag vs AirTag: Motorola has introduced MotoTag, an innovative item tracker designed for Android users. It is being seen as an alternative to Apple AirTag. This sophisticated gadget is compatible with a large range of Android smartphones and integrates seamlessly into Motorola’s ecosystem.

MotoTag takes advantage of Ultra Wideband (UWB) technology as well as Google’s Find My Device network, providing highly accurate tracking capabilities. Users can trace the location of their tagged items from any location in the world through the Find My Device app. For users of UWB-supported devices like the Motorola Edge 50 Ultra, MotoTag provides even more precise location information.

The biggest feature of MotoTag is the multifunctional button, which allows users to ring their smartphone to quickly locate it. This button can also serve as a remote control for taking photos. This feature is especially useful when paired with the Motorola Razr series in Flex View mode.

With privacy in mind, Motorola has employed the MotoTag with Google’s secure Find My Device network to encrypt location data, making it accessible only to the tag’s owner or authorized users. The device also includes Automatic Unknown Tracker Alert for both Android and iOS, which adds additional protection against unwanted tracking. Users can manually scan unauthorized tags that may be following them.

Setting up MotoTag is easy. Once turned on and in close proximity to the user’s smartphone, it connects quickly via Google Fast Pair. The MotoTag app allows users to personalize settings like tag name, alert volume, and battery life monitoring.

The MotoTag will be released in select markets in the coming months, although Motorola has not yet confirmed its availability in India. This new addition to Motorola’s lineup promises to provide users peace of mind by keeping their valuables easily trackable and safe.

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