Hiro is a small bluetooth device that can be easily attached to personal items and valuables and tracked through The Hiro App from up to 200 feet away. The smartphone app also displays the location your Hiro was last disconnected, making it easier for you to look for your misplaced item. And you can also ring your phone through your Hiro when in range if you misplaced your phone.
We kept the Hiro App simple and user friendly! We believe in the power of collaboration, which is why we kept the The Hiro App open source. Developers are welcome to help us make the app better by downloading the source code from our GitHub page and by sharing with us improvements made to the Hiro App for the community.
* BUGS FIXED *
- Bluetooth connection
- Layout issues
- App performance
* NEW FEATURES *
- Dismiss button when "Hiro wants to find your phone."
- Hiro's location enabled when it's disconnected
Ratings and Reviews
Real world use
Though the concept is nice, I've not been able to find my keys or my phone in any of the actual circumstances where I needed to. When I'm trying to find my keys and don't have Bluetooth connectivity with the Hiro device, it still shows me that my keys are located in the same place where I first paired it with my iPhone, in another state on Christmas Day. I've verified that I've given Hiro access to my location, but still shows same erroneous location.
It helped me numerous times
This app is simple and works how it is supposed to. It alerts me when I leave my keys or wallet behind. And with this latest update I can now ring my phone when I misplace it through the Hiro. The app is very simple, but great and to the point.
Pretty useful tool if you misplace things frequently. Its comfortable to have in your keychain, it doesn't take a lot of space. The app is easy to use, user friendly.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.