Saturday, March 4, 2017

Circo GPS Tracker and App Review (Tomoson)

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I received the Circo GPS Tracker in exchange for honest review. I wanted to review the tracker for multiple reasons: a) to track Kalen. I also can use it to track him coming home from school since his bus time varies. B) to track Brad because he is a runner. C) to track my keys because I keep hiding them from my kids and then forget where I put them up at.

The tracker was easy to use. The app uses a micro usb cord to charge the device. You will also need a sim with data and a phone number attached.  A regular micro sim card will not work. I tried to use a micro sim at first, but it would not connect to the app.

I am waiting for the company to send a data enabled, sim card in the mail, but here is what I have learned so far. The app requires a huge chunk of space on your phone at first. I had to remove two apps to install Circo. Google play has many apps named Circo. Look for the one owned by Athentek. The app requires you to sign up for an account, using your phone number and a password. You will also need to verify your account with a code sent via text message.

Then, you need to connect your Circo tracker to the app. The app provides instructions. A pin comes with the package to reset the tracker. Do not throw the pin away. The instructions was clear. Just follow along. If you have the wrong sd card, the tracker will not pair with your phone. You will need a data enabled sd card for the tracker to work.

You can purchase the tracker using the link above. The tracker is prime-eligible

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