Saturday, July 2, 2016

Geeskme Makes The API Of Their SmartWatch Available For Developers

Madrid, July, 2nd 2016. Geeksme, under their #LifeLoversWatch motto, today announces that has put together the full API specification for its GME1 watches. That will allow app developers to interact and integrate the device into their developments.
After months since the launch of the first device of the company, the GME1, now Geeksme has decided to support anyone who wants to develop apps for wearable technology and develop applications that allow interact with the watch and its mobile app, available for Android and iOS.
In order to get all the necessary documentation, the developers will simply need to contact with Geeksme in the mail and they will give the access to the API document as well as a developers’ discount code so they can get the watch at a very special price (up to 50% of the 89,90€ current price)
The GME1 watch is an original and unique device on the market that has four operating modes     (g!fitness, g!sleep, g!love and g!ecological) that monitor privately physical activity, quality of sleep, sexual activity and the ecological footprint of the user. The modes can be found in the new video tutorial that explains how to get the most out of the clock GME1 and its mobile application, via a clear and intuitive interface displays all activity information registered by the user, as well as practical tips and recommendations for each of the modes.
Geeksme GME1 is a smartwatch that stands out for its design, ergonomics and lightness. It’s an aluminum-made watch that features a 64 x 48 OLED monochrome display, a tempered-glass-made screen and 12 LED lights that show each daily goal's progress. Its 55mAh battery gives autonomy for 6 to 7 days, and is fully charged in just one hour and a half. Initially available in four different colors (black, violet, green and beige), its ergonomic wristbands are light and soft.
The watch can be bought on the Geeksme online store at 89,90€ and includes three extra interchangeable wristbands.
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