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Qblinks Acts As Notifier and Remote for Your iPhone


You do not need a smartwatch to remotely control your smartphone — at least, you wont once Qblinks is available.A Santa Ana, California-based startup designed Qblinks, a small multi-function device that can alert you to notifications, activate Siri, control music on your phone and snap photos on your phone. Qblinks uses an IFTTT-esque system that the company describe as an event-action combination. Users can edit the functions of their various buttons via a smartphone app or Qblinks website. Qblinks offers a smartphone stand to any backer who shares info about the project on social media.

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