Introducing two new ways to get critical notifications. Alert Me and Wi-Fi Alert (pilot features). As always, we’re continuing to develop new features in order to deliver the right information to the right people at the right time. We encourage you to try these new pilot features out at your home with your Jiobit users and customize them to work for you.
iOS13 is Apple’s latest software update for iPhones and includes new location permission settings which impact all location sharing applications. Although Jiobit has not made any changes, you may want to update your settings with iOS13 to ensure you can continue to access all of Jiobit’s features.
The first-of-its-kind Jiobit TrustChip delivers unmatched security and encryption, meeting or exceeding US-government standards. It’s a parent’s dream and hacker’s worst nightmare.
When we begin to design a product, there’s nothing there - it’s a concept, and a blue-sky concept at that. Blue sky concepts need a lot attention to the details - how do you meet the goals and expectations that your marketing team has set out? It sometimes feels impossible. The goals feel far-fetched because, often, you’re finding more issues to fix than you’re fixing.
We get this question all the time: How much does Jiobit weigh? Well, we figured instead of telling you how many grams or ounces, we'd show you! Watch how Jiobit compares to other kid trackers and some things you'd find in your kids' pockets.
Our team has gone beyond making a simple GPS tracker for kids; Jiobit is now the most advanced location tracking technology in the world. Read the latest Jiobit updates.
The number one question we always hear from people: How does Jiobit attach to my kid's clothes? Great question! So great, we put together a short video about all the different attachment methods. Take a moment to watch!
Jiobit isn't just a GPS kid tracker: It' the smallest and longest lasting location tracking device designed specifically for kids. From engineering breakthroughs to attachment options, we're getting closer to releasing Jiobit into the wild.
Technology should be unnoticeable, blending seamlessly into the background, which is why the next generation of wearables will eventually be invisible.