Motorola Unveils New MotoTag for Android Users


Motorola has recently launched the MotoTag, an innovative item tracker designed specifically for Android users. Thus, it presents a viable alternative to the Apple AirTag. This cutting-edge device seamlessly integrates with a wide array of Android smartphones. As a result, it enhances the overall Motorola ecosystem.

Advanced Tracking Capabilities

The MotoTag harnesses the power of Google’s Find My Device network in conjunction with Ultra Wideband (UWB) technology. Thus, it will deliver exceptionally precise tracking capabilities.


Users can pinpoint the exact location of their tagged items from almost anywhere in the world through the Find My Device app. For users with UWB-supported devices, such as the Motorola Edge 50 Ultra, the MotoTag provides even more accurate location data.

Versatile Functionality


A notable feature of the MotoTag is its multifunctional button. Thus, it will enable users to quickly locate their smartphones by ringing them. Additionally, this button can serve as a remote control for capturing photos. In addition, it is particularly beneficial when paired with the Motorola Razr series in flex view mode.

Motorola Emphasis on Privacy and Security

With privacy at the forefront, Motorola has integrated the MotoTag with Google’s secure Find My Device network to encrypt location data. As a result, it ensures that it is only accessible to the tag owner or authorized users.


Moreover, the device includes automatic unknown tracker alerts for Android and iOS. Thus, it heightens protection against unwarranted tracking. Users also can manually scan for unauthorized tags that may be tracking them.

Simple Setup and Elegant Design

The setup process for the MotoTag is straightforward. Once powered on and in proximity to the user’s smartphone, it swiftly pairs via Google Fast Pair. The dedicated MotoTag app allows for personalized settings, including tag names, alert volumes, and battery life monitoring.


The MotoTag boasts an elegant design that complements most third-party accessories, facilitating easy attachment to various items. It is rated IP67, ensuring resistance to dust, dirt, and water immersion up to one meter for 30 minutes.

Long-Lasting Performance

Powered by a CR2032 battery, the MotoTag offers up to a year of use. Additionally, users can conveniently replace the battery.


Upcoming Release by Motorola

Motorola is likely to release the MotoTag in select markets in the near future. However, the company has not confirmed its availability in India. This latest addition to Motorola’s lineup aims to provide users with peace of mind by ensuring their valuable items are easily trackable and secure.

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