Best of Internet of Things Amazon Apps

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September 1st, 2018

Lumo Lift

You slouch, it vibrates. Sit straighter, stand taller.

Aleksandra- Maker @ Tealosophy, Supergirls
I wear Lumo Lift which gives gentle reminders to straighten back up. After a week I could see the difference because it really helps to build the habit. The only huge drawback for me is a short battery life :( So you have to charge it every other day.
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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.
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bttn

Press the bttn & Magic Happens™ (internet connected button).

bttn is complete IoT solution for your business. It comes with stand-alone connectivity for easy deployment, cloud service with all the business management and integration tools. Plus it offers bttn for Commerce API that delivers secure payments for all ecommerce uses.

Both bttn and bttn for Commerce API have been granted US patents.

Andrew Brodsky- Digital Product Guru
This is one of the only button that can does not need another device to connect to the Internet.
Paypal-engineering
In my first rotation of PayPal's Technology Leadership Program (TLP), I was fortunate enough to work on our Western Europe region out of our Paris office.
Govtech
(TNS) -- In their continuing battle against ride-sharing apps, local taxicab companies have joined in an effort to make hailing a ride quicker and easier. Yellow Checker Star Transportation, Whittlesea Blue Cab, Henderson Taxi and Desert Cab teamed up to operate a universal dispatch system, using a button called a "kabit" placed at participating businesses.
Lbbonline
Physical in-home Give Button offers donors access to frictionless one-touch giving Save the Children has developed a physical Give Button offering donors access to frictionless one-touch giving, on impulse in the home.
IoT - Internet of Things
The Button Corporation, creator of the world's first physical push button always connected to the Internet, launched the new product aimed specifically at companies operating in the US mass markets. At present connected devices in general remain complicated, expensive to deploy and not easily scalable.
Mashable
Save the Children knows that donating money isn't as alluring as online shopping. So the UK-based children's charity is taking a page from Amazon and using the online shopping company's Dash button concept to make giving donations as easy as, well, pushing a button.
Iotjournal
Finnish company Bttn sells its eponymous products to companies that want to offer a quick and easy way for customers to beckon them.
Inc.com
As broadband internet becomes more readily available, an increasing number of devices are being built with sensors and Wi-Fi capabilities. The interconnectedness of these devices has been dubbed the Internet of Things (IoT), and it is changing the way we work, live, and do business.
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Butterfleye

The most advanced home security camera ever created

Kate- Head of Social @ GitHub
I backed this Indiegogo campaign a while back and they said they'll be shipping these soon, so hopefully that will happen. According to all of their campaign info, their camera / motion detection system is more advanced than what Canary offers (so it won't send you alerts when there's a light shift from moving blinds or sunset, etc) which is why I originally… See more
Ben Tossell- newCo
This had a pretty good Indiegogo campaign when it was announced! Worth checking out
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Roomba

A WiFi-connected robot vacuum by iRobot

Austin- Founder, Layman Lab
I'll never not have one of these. I love my Roomba. I even knocked down some walls to install pocket doors and extended my couch feet to make my apartment "roomba-ready". Side note, as much as I love my Roomba, I think the company has rested on their laurels too long and risks getting knocked from their comfy market leader position because they haven't trul… See more
8 Alternatives to Roomba
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