My wife lost her key to our RAV4 and after many inquiries has not found it yet. Getting a new key is rather pricey.
To avoid a repeat I decided to buy some tracking devices. Based on some reviews, I chose TrackR over Tile.
The results so far have been mixed. My main question is why do so many manufacturers make their product hard to use. There is a large amount of literature about human interface design.
After having one round-about success with one TrackR and a bust with a second, I wrote the following review on the Best Buy website. I also left some comments on the TrackR website but have yet to hear back from them.
My comment is also posted at http://www.bestbuy.com/site/trackr-bravo-tracking-device-set-silver/5404500.p?skuId=5404500&cmp=RMX&reviewid=115333799&campaignid=rvwapp20161714#tabbed-customerreviews
I found the iPhone App somewhat unresponsive and confusing to use. For example, it was several minutes before the app would respond the first time I opened it. Then buttons didn't seem to work until I had maneuvered over the screens a bit.
The main screen is not intuitive. It is divided into three overlapping parts: A summary of four items, a display with a map for where the the device is located (or the iPhone), and a summary of devices. The selection of the overlapping parts is a stack fo three lines to go between the first and second part and three vertical dots to go between the second and third parts. Why not double arrows?
The second TrackR I installed worked OK, but it would not respond after it left the house and returned. Bluetooth settings don't recognize it inches away.
Also, the iPhone settings give tkr as the name of all TrackR devices installed.
Back to the workbench to get this straightened out, hopefully in a day or two,