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Flic: The Wireless Smart Button

Flic: The Wireless Smart Button
With Flic in your car you can keep your focus on the road, where it should be. With just a click Flic could launch navigation to your next appointment, text your spouse and say that you’re on your way home or detect the song you’re listening to on the radio. Always looking for your phone when you’re on your way out? With Flic you can make your phone sound the alarm, making it easier to find. Having a smart home set up should be, well, smart! Instead we have to dig through our phones to turn on a light? But not everyone has a smartphone. Put your phone on the shelf and let everyone be in the picture. With just a click, Flic can start sharing your phones GPS location with your family and friends so they can follow you on your way home. Yeah, its just a wireless button, but it can change the way you live every day. We are developing some of the amazing actions you can see above, some of which we have already developed. Lets say I want Flic to skip to the next song when I Double Click: 1. 2.

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