Starting in March, Misfit Flash will be able to interact with your favorite apps and smart hardware with a simple touch of a button. The $50 entry-level fitness tracker will act like a smarthome remote control. The first wearable control for Flash was demoed at CES, coinciding with the launch of Misfit Bolt, a connected bulb that lets users personalize their home lighting.
Some examples of the upcoming upcoming integrations:
- Users will be able to start and stop their Spotify playlist with Flash.
- Misfit is working with Nest on an integration enabling customers to connect Misfit’s sleep tracking functionality and smart alarm with the Nest Learning Thermostat to wake up to their ideal temperature.
- Soon you can use your Misfit Flash on IFTTT and connect it to over 160 products and services you use everyday. Misfit Flash will bring new Triggers to the Misfit Channel, including a double press. Turn on and off devices, fire off quick messages, and send fitness information to an archive on the go.
- Misfit Flash will allow August Smart Lock users to unlock their doors without a smartphone.