First Nigerian Item Finder startup, JaysFinder launches

July 22, 2021
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Before now, misplacing an item meant either searching vigorously for it or letting it go. However, with the advent of many tracking devices, you can now locate your lost items with a single tap.

JaysFinder, a product of Jays Living Technologies recently launched as the first Nigerian Finding device. It’s a Bluetooth-enabled device and mobile app that allows you to find misplaced items without hassle. Its aim is to cut the time spent on searching.

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How it works

JaysFinder combines the dual force of a compact finding device called “Jay” and the setup application “JaysFinder App”.

Once successfully set up, attach the “Jay” to your favorite items like keys, bags, wallets, TV remotes, etc. Users can then locate their items from the app by tapping on “find”. This then triggers a loud ring. You can also find a phone connected to a Jay by double-tapping the Jay, the app is activated and the phone gives a loud ring even when on silent or DND.

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The app comes with a map that can be used to see the real-time location of tagged items. With it’s smart notifications, users can get notified when they are leaving an item behind.

​​With the JaysFinder App, users can see the location of their tagged items in real time - if the device (Jay tracker) is within bluetooth range of the user’s smartphone -  or they can see the "last known location" if the device (Jay tracker) is out of bluetooth range.

Users can also get notified when they are leaving an item behind with JaysFinder’s smart notifications feature.

As a compact durable device, Jaysfinder is water-resistant and it’s replaceable battery can last for up to two years. The JaysFinder app can also connect to more than 5 “Jays”.

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Getting a “Jay”

The JaysFinder App is available on Android and iOS devices.

You can get a Jay by visiting the JaysFinder website: or sending a DM to @jaysfinderng on Instagram

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