iTag.One - bluetooth key finde

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About this app

iTag bluetooth devices are perfect gadget for those who used to lose their keys, wallets, phone and remotes. iTag One is its Android companion to relieve anxiety about the important things have gone.

The devices are sold through the lot of the online stores for bargain price of $1 or $1.5

The use of iTags with iTag one is as easy as scanning for the new devices with the one click of the on-screen button and remember the discovered device clicking plus button next to the discovered item.

The remembered iTag device generally won't require any action or attention while everything is ok.

In case of emergency when the iTag with the keys or wallet attached to it happens to be out of range of 15m(50ft) the Android phone will start buzz and the image of the itag visually vibrate. This annoying sound can be cancelled in the moment by the single click on the pop up message, device image or even on the real device's button (in case you can grab it faster than a phone). It is possible to shut up the phone with the brown bell button for some period of time - for example if you intentionally left the chained thing.

No less use than anti-lost alarm is a search feature. It often happens one knows the wallet is somewhere near by but can not remember where it is namely. No annoying anymore. Just click the iTag image and the real iTag device will start buzz - letting a human do not event start to become nervous. Needless to say it works vice-versa: double clicking on real iTag device makes the phone to ring clearly pointing out where it is. From our experience having a phone with installed iTag One and at least 2 iTag devices turns the life to be much more happy than it used to be before.

One may wonder why it is necessary to double click the device in order to search the smartphone. The answer is simple - we tested the application a lot in real life and noticed there are chances of accident device button clicks causing annoying loud signal.


* Alarm on a device out of range with the sound and pop up notification
* Search the things attached to an iTag device (keys, wallet, etc) from the smarthone
* Search a smartphone from any iTag device
* Up to 4 iTag devices can be remembered
* iTag image animation to show of which iTag devices is acting
* Connect/Disconnect the device by horizontal fling (may be needed if the real * iTag device seems to hung)
* RSSI indicators shows signal strength and make provide rough idea about how far the lost device is
* Show the location where the iTag has disconnected


The application is completely free and has no ads. It would be enough to rate it on the Google Play if you'd think we did a good job.

Moreover the application is open source and its code is available on github.


We gather info about the possible crashes and misbehaviour and send it to Google servers. We got technical info like phone model but we got no personal info like a number, account or IMEI.
Updated on
Oct 29, 2020

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817 reviews
A Google user
December 19, 2019
Out of the 2 other itag apps, this one is by far the best. It does what it's supposed to do. One thing it needs in my opinion is a labeling of what the icons are. (It seems most of the top critical reviews (from this app and many others) come from people who cannot form basic sentences. I'm assuming, user error, in most cases).
13 people found this review helpful
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A Google user
December 26, 2019
Once itag is out of range, it can't reconnect when back together. Itag shown as lost, till you hit the button on the itag. Shouldn't it reconnect with the phone once in bluetooth range? Update: thanks for response but to confirm. If disconnected from being separated, do you need to click the iTag to reconnect? That does work but defeats the purpose of the app. How do I click the iTag if I can't find it? Would getting a new battery fix it?
9 people found this review helpful
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December 23, 2019
It must reconnect. But sometimes it is noted the itag needs to be clicked to connect. I suppose it happens with the low battery in the itag
A Google user
May 26, 2019
Nice first try. Better than the app that came with my iTags. However I need to turn it all off at home, as if I go out of range with my phone ,all my keys alarms hanging up down stairs go off. It would be nice if an at home setting was implemented to inhibit the alarm when GPS shows you are at home. If implemented it would be a 5 star rating. Keep up the good work.
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August 11, 2019
You can turn off the alarm with "left to right" gesture

What's new

fix crashes