Turn your NFC enabled smartphone in to a label writer and label reader.
No need to buy a pen to read the labels.
Labels can be rewritten time and time again.
The text on the label appears on your phone’s screen.
Download the app, buy some tags and you’re ready to label.
Before buying any WayTags, check in Settings that your mobile phone can be NFC enabled.
Download the WayAround app from the Google Play Store (Android) or Apple’s App store (IOS).
WayTags give you the power to label any household and work place item. Creating a label is quick and easy. Simply type or voice input your information in to the mobile app then touch your NFC enabled phone to the WayTag. Success! Your label is made. To read a label, just open the app, touch the tag with the phone and let Talkback or Voice Over speak out the info.
STEP BY STEP GUIDE
FOR PHONES WITH TALKBACK OR VOICE OVER
TO WRITE A LABEL
This step by step guide assumes that your phone has NFC (Near Field Communication) enabled in settings and that you have already downloaded the WayAround app for IOS or Android.
Step 1: open the create option in the WayAround app
Step 2: type or voice dictate what ever text you want on your label – to a maximum of 2000 characters.
Step 3: (optional) the next option down the screen is an opportunity for you to add further detail to your tag. Simply tap a category and add some further information.
Step 4: scroll down the screen and tap on ‘Write’
Step 5: touch the NFC sensor of your phone to the smoothest side of the WayTag you have chosen to label and listen for the sound or feel the vibration that confirms the label has been written.
Step 6: Check your phone screen for the word success to gain further confirmation that the label has been created.
To READ A LABEL
This step by step guide assumes that your phone has NFC (Near Field Communication) enabled) and that you have already downloaded the WayAround app for IOS or Android.
Step 1: open the WayAround app and touch your phone’s NFC sensor to the smoothest side of the WayTag.
Step 2: listen to the label being read out via Talkback or Voice Over.