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Ringly Go

Jewelry that keeps you active, mindful, and in the moment.

6 alternative and related products to Ringly Go

Jewelbots

Friendship bracelets that teach girls to code

Jewelbots is a friendship bracelet that teaches girls to code.

CNNMoney
After two years of development, startup Jewelbots launched on Thursday programmable friendship bracelets for kids. The product stems from a successful Kickstarter campaign, which raised more than $166,000 for development. The friendship bracelets, called Jewelbots, can sync up with each other via Bluetooth connection. Friends can program the bracelets to "ta… See more
WIRED
Jewelbots are bracelets with programmable plastic flowers made for middle-school girls. They're also the most interesting wearable I've seen this year. Their creators describe them as " friendships bracelets that teach girls to code." Compared to a gleaming Apple Watch or even an entry-level Fitbit, the Jewelbot hardware is primitive: a semi-translucent plas… See more
5 Alternatives to Jewelbots

Ringly

Fashionable wearables. Rings connected to your phone.

Ringly sells stunning jewelry that makes sure you never miss an important call or text.

PYMNTS.com
Usually the expression "you don't know what you don't know" is a warning. It's meant to keep people, often entrepreneurs, from rushing after an idea, and, in so doing, biting off more than they can chew. Admittedly, Christina Mercando d'Avignon, founder ofRingly , did not know initially how to build smart hardware or beautiful jewelry.
17 Alternatives to Ringly

Stepsome

A clean and simple step counter app for iOS.

Looking for a simple, yet a beautiful step counter?

Try out Stepsome. I made Stepsome because I really just needed a new way to look at my step and walking data - the result was this awesome step counter, Awesome + Steps = Stepsome.

Stepsome is using HealthKit to read your step data.

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