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BLEFinder is the coolest app for you to find your lost bluetooth devices, like fitness band&tracker, digital watch and etc.
1. Open the main page to see a list of bluetooth devices that are near you.
2. You can sort the device list by signal strength or name
3. Find the name[shown in blue text] of the device that you're interested in.
4. Click on your device to open a search mode.
5. Follow the dash board and instructions to walk around and find your device!
Ratings and Reviews
Lost Fitbit blaze
My husband did yard work all day yesterday and was so sweaty he just put the Blaze in his pocket out of the band. We washed our vehicles and he power washed the driveway. This morning to his dismay, no Blaze. He looked all over and when I got home from work I looked for an hour...mostly outside being sure it fell out of his pocket. When he got home from work, the Blaze connected to his iPhone so we knew it was here. We looked at the apps and I downloaded this one. He also downloaded another app, but this one was much better and less confusing! We had to go very slow as it jumped around a bit. We tore up our bed and looked under all the bedroom furniture....I finally got a 96 hot by one dresser drawer. We dug around and his Blaze was in a pocket in his shorts he started to wear after cleaning up yesterday, then changed his mind to another pair. I have no idea how long till we would have found it, if ever! Very impressed!!!
Skeptic Loves It
After wandering around the house thinking I was being made a fool of for 10-15 minutes, I found my Fitbit One. Sure, I had to watch a few adverts, but it was worth it. The only complaint (and the reason I had to watch ads to be granted more searches) is that during discovery mode, my wife's Fitbit HR and my One kept changing sort order on the screen so fast that I accidentally clicked hers the first few times. Also, when searching, the app occasionally hung and turned gray. Not sure, but minimizing and reselecting the still-open app seemed to force it to continue. Have a little patience, move slowly, and you'll find your device so long as it's still transmitting!
I literally found my headset by brushing it accidentally with my foot as I was walking around getting virtually no variance in the signal. It claimed there was no name, but it was connected to my phone and identified itself quite clearly. To ensure I wasn’t nuts, I disconnected from my headset, put it on the table and walked from one end of my house to the other and saw neither a new line item for the device nor any real change in the observed signal. I also held my device LITERALLY within 8 inches of my phone. No change. Would *not* recommend. Maybe put the non-broadcast name/Bluetooth ID so I can make sure it’s not a Bluetooth transmitter in my neighbors car? I know the dev isn’t a native English speaker, so I don’t judge the iffy interface, but the functionality of the app is just way too spotty.
I'm sorry that you're having this bad experience. That's definitely not the user experience that I wanted to present to my users. Would you mind sharing what bluetooth headset you were searching for while using our app, so that I can investigate further with this issue.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.