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Misfit Link offers activity tracking and more in a $20 wearable

Billy Steele
July 16, 2015
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Misfit's Flash activity tracker was already useful for handling stuff other than tallying your sleep and exercise stats. The wearable could already complete automated IF tasks and control connected tech via Logitech Harmony Home Hub. Now, the Misfit Link app will allow users to do things like snap selfies, control music or flip through a slide presentation, too. The new software is available on iOS now, but it won't arrive for Android until next month. There's a new gadget that also carries the Link name too, and the "easy to use activity tracker and smart button" offers an even more affordable option for folks who've been eying Misfit's devices. At $20 (£20) the company touts the Link as the "lowest-priced multifunctional and modular wearable on the market" -- $30 less than the Flash. It's only available directly from Misfit for now, but it's set to hit retail outlets later this quarter.

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