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Casio launches communication app for the WSD-F10 smart outdoor watch

Casio WSD-F10 smart outdoor watch gets Casio Moment Link app
Casio WSD-F10
Dubbed Casio Moment Link, this location-based communication app is freely downloadable and enhances outdoor experiences when part of a group. The app allows its users to form/disband groups, share location data, and send messages.

Casio's WSD-F10 smart outdoor watch has been around for a while, and now the time has come for it to receive a new dedicated app. This app is known as Casio Moment Link and has been built to improve the outdoor experience when performing group activities.

According to the official press release, "The app links to a GPS-equipped smartphone to show the other group members' locations, mapped directly on the watch display. Whether monitoring how fishing companions are doing in other spots or seeing where everyone is on a cycling course, users can instantly access this information from the wrist without having to pull out their smartphone from a pocket or backpack."

Casio Moment Link has three major features:

  • form/disband groups of up to nine members
  • share location data (map, terrain, or satellite display)
  • send messages (to select members or the entire group)

Casio Moment Link is freely available for download from the Google Play store. To properly use the smartwatch and the app, a phone with Android 4.3 or iOS 8.2+ or later with Bluetooth connectivity enabled is required.

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Codrut Nistor, 2016-11-14 (Update: 2016-11-14)
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