StoneTether announces public beta for Bluetooth directional tracking device

StoneTether, a Bluetooth directional tracking device and app, announced a public Beta with sign-ups starting Thursday, October 15th.

Crowdfunded by a successful Kickstarter campaign that raised nearly USD400K and gained close to 7,000 supporters, StoneTether features a new, patented, directional function once deemed “impossible” for a small Bluetooth tracker.

The beta test will be open to anyone interested and will provide the first opportunity to experience features new to the tracking market.

“Through this open beta, we want to show consumers how easy it can be to track anything with this new technology,” states Ehrien Marth, co-founder and CEO of Del Marth LLC.

StoneTether´s features differentiate itself from other trackers by providing, direction, estimated distance, distance alerts (geo-fence), and forgotten item alerts. This provides a solution for a variety of uses ranging from tracking children, pets and luggage to everyday items like keys.