Samsung brings new features to its programmable NFC tags with the TecTile 3.0 mobile app
0. phoneArena posted on 24 Oct 2012, 08:00
When we got the chance to check out TecTiles by Samsung for the first time, we could immediately think of a number of cases they could be used in. The company's programmable NFC tags can perform lots of cool stuff when an NFC-enabled smartphone is in proximity, so one can launch apps, make a call, change their handset's profile, and more with a single tap. And now, right in time for the arrival of the Galaxy Note II in the U.S., Samsung is announcing a new version of the TecTile mobile app, thus expanding the list of things you can do with TecTiles even further...
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1. metalpoet (unregistered) posted on 24 Oct 2012, 16:40 1 0
LEGENDARY! God i am so glad that i am involved in the mobile industry to see and experience these things first hand!
2. dvsmik3 posted on 24 Oct 2012, 16:43 0 0
What can these TecTiles do that the Llama app can't? The only benefit I could see is that they are much more location specific.
3. GeekMovement posted on 24 Oct 2012, 17:07 1 0
My friend bought this for me and I am excited to use it.
4. moroninc posted on 24 Oct 2012, 21:59 0 0
$14.99 to use something which can already be used via a widget or your hand from your phone and 30 secs of your time... not gonna happen! .. maybe good for Foursquare Check-ins ..but thats it.