You don’t consider yourself the forgetful type, yet somehow you can’t seem to find your smartphone on a daily basis.
It’s not unusual to misplace your car keys or reading glasses (which are on your head). And wasn’t your wallet on the kitchen counter a moment ago?
OK, so maybe you’ve had a lot on your mind, these days. After all, we’re still grappling with a global pandemic and not quite out of the woods yet.
The good news, however, is technology can help you find your stuff. From tiny trackers and handy apps to personal assistants that can lend a helping hand, today’s software and hardware might be all you need to locate everything from your car in a crowded mall parking lot to the TV remote stuck between sofa cushions.
And finally, there’s some help out there for finding your lost prescription eyeglasses when you’ve already confirmed they’re not on your head. The bad news: They’re currently sold out as of this writing and they only fit on frames with thick temple arms (think Ray-Ban Wayfarers).
Here are other products and apps the forgetful should not be without:
Wouldn’t it be great if you could attach a teeny thingamajig to all your things? If you couldn’t find something, you simply could open an app or use your voice to see where it is.
While Apple just launched its own AirTags, the Tile family of trackers has been around for a few years and is best known. Attach the square Tile Mate ($19 each or $60 for a package of four) onto everyday…