Eufy’s new AirTag alternative does more, costs less and works with Android

Eufy has launched an Apple AirTag alternative with Find My integration, Android OS support and more. It also costs less than Apple’s tracker.

Apple AirTags are great trackers for those who tend to misplace their belongings or are looking for peace of mind. They’re tiny, affordable, and have long battery life. For those unfamiliar with how these coin-sized trackers work, it’s mostly thanks to piggybacking. AirTags depend on Apple’s Find My network, which users rely on to locate their lost or stolen iDevices. So when someone with a compatible Apple device passes an AirTag, the two products exchange information and share it with Find My servers. This way, an Internet-connected iPhone can update the coordinates of a lost AirTag on the Find My map.

If you think Apple’s $29 tracker is worth it, you might want to stop and think again. Eufy just released an AirTag alternative that does more, costs you less, and supports Android devices. The Eufy Security SmartTrack Link supports Apple’s Find My network. This means that it behaves like an AirTag in terms of location updates and overlay on other Apple devices. As added bonuses, it offers QR code printing that includes your contact information, key fob hole, and sharing support.

It basically builds on the AirTag and perfects Apple’s shortcomings, all for $19. So not only do you get more, but you also pay $10 less. Plus, for a limited time only, you can redeem the WS24SM code on the Eufy website for a 20% discount. It is truly one of the best AirTag alternatives so far.

Eufy Security SmartTrack Link
eufy Security SmartTrack Link

Eufy Security SmartTrack Link is an Apple AirTag alternative with Android OS compatibility. It comes with plenty of offerings, including sharing support, keychain hole, water resistance, and more. You can grab a unit for just $19.

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Source: Eufy

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