Que : What is the iTag.com system?
Ans : The system includes small tags and a website. The tags are individually programmed to a web page. The web page can be edited by anyone with access credentials (tag ID number and password). A purchaser of the tags will be provided with separate credentials for each tag. The website can be populated the photos and text, including your contact information. Do not put any confidential information into the iTag.com website.
Que : Why would I want to purchase iTag.com tags?
Ans : iTag.com tags help others contact you in the even they find your lost item. It is not a tracking system...it cannot locate the lost item. But it can help others contact you in just about anyway that you choose. You can include any information you would normally place on a paper tag. But you can also place photos and other information.
Que : Can a Product Manufacturer (PM) purchase iTags and place them into their products?
Ans : Product Manufacturers (PMs) can purchase bulk iTag digital tags and incorporate them into their own products and use the iTag.com database to manage them. PMs can place an image and two lines of information in the top section of the end-user’s screen such as serial/lot number, URL, etc. PMs can also acquire their own tags and use the iTag database to manage them.
Que : How does the Sponsor option work?
Ans : Retailers who want to place their logo and/or two lines of information in the top portion of the user’s screen can sign-up as a Sponsor on the iTag.com website. Using credentials found inside the Inner Pack,
a Sponsor can electronically place their information in all of the tags in the Inner Pack with one easy upload. Here are some examples of businesses who could use the Sponsor option: Key shop, luggage store, car dealer, sunglasses kiosk, electronics retailer, etc. The credentials can only be found on the Inner Pack.
Que : What smart phones are compatible with iTag?
Ans : Compatible devices:
1. Android operating system 6 and higher are compatible without the need for the iTag.com app. Most mobile devices using Android 6 and higher have capability for Near-Field Communication (NFC). You may need to first enable NFC. Do this by pulling down the settings menu from the top of the screen and click on Connections. Then enable NFC. To read iTags, place the back of the phone directly on an iTag. Move the tag around to find the sensor on the phone.
2. iPhone XS, XS Max and XR iPhones can scan NFC tags without the iTag.com app. Position the phone so that the top is incontact with the iTag.
3. iPhone: The 7, 8 and X iPhones can read iTag digital tags with the iTag app found on the App Store Position the phone so that the top is incontact with the iTag.
4.Devices using other operating systems may be compatible if they are capable of NFC. A third party app may be required such as "NXP Tag Info."