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Trak N Tell launches ‘Watchman’ feature for all Android smartphones

DECCAN CHRONICLE
Published Dec 28, 2016, 4:55 pm IST
Updated Dec 28, 2016, 4:55 pm IST
The feature will be remotely upgraded across all Intelli7 devices so that existing customers can benefit from it.
Currently, the Trak N Tell app alerts customers with an ‘Ignition on’ notification on their Smartphones whenever they or someone else starts their car. However, this notification is not enough to alert sleeping customers in case of actual emergencies.
 Currently, the Trak N Tell app alerts customers with an ‘Ignition on’ notification on their Smartphones whenever they or someone else starts their car. However, this notification is not enough to alert sleeping customers in case of actual emergencies.

Gurgaon-based Information Technology services company, Trak N Tell has launched its ‘Watchman’ vehicle security feature on its app across all Android smartphones. The feature will be remotely upgraded across all Intelli7 devices so that existing customers can benefit from it.

Currently, the Trak N Tell app alerts customers with an ‘Ignition on’ notification on their Smartphones whenever they or someone else starts their car. However, this notification is not enough to alert sleeping customers in case of actual emergencies. This is where the ‘Watchman’ comes in. When enabled, this feature will instantly transform one’s smartphone into an alarm clock so they can be informed about potential threats in real time, and take corrective action.

 

Trak N Tell will notify its existing customers about this feature following the successful upgrade of the software running on all Intelli7 devices deployed so far.  Once that is done, customers will be able to upgrade their Trak N Tell app from the Google Play Store and explore the various aspects of the ‘Watchman’ feature at leisure.

The ‘Watchman’ feature which was undergoing beta testing is now ready for the launch. While the feature will be initially launched on Android based smartphones, an iOS version is in the pipeline, and is expected to be launched within the next couple of months.

 

The remote software upgrade feature of Intelli7 devices is an industry standard called OTA, which stands for Over-The-Air upgrades.  These days, almost all smartphone manufacturers utilize the same technology to upgrade apps as well as the operating system within mobile devices.

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