Tile Mate 4 Pack
Now 25% smaller than before, the Tile Mate Bluetooth tracker along with the easy-to-use app on your iPhone or iPad eliminates the stress of trying to find stuff you’ve apparently lost. This tiny device easily loops onto keychains or attaches to any essential items so you can quickly find them.
Use the app on your iPhone to make your Tile Mate ring when it’s nearby but out of sight
Simply double-press the button on your Tile Mate to find your iPhone; it makes your phone ring — even on silent
See when and where you last had your Tile by checking the Tile app
If your Tile isn’t where you left it, you can anonymously enlist the help of the Tile community (more than 5 million Tile devices have been sold worldwide)
The Tile is designed to run a full year with zero upkeep—no battery replacement, no charging. When it’s time for a new Tile, you will receive a notification from Tile about their reTile program - an easy way to upgrade your Tiles to the latest technology.
Find your Phone
When you can't find your phone nearby, press Tile to loudly ring your lost phone—even on silent. You can also log in to our website to see its last known location, make it ring or to send a lock-screen message.
- Four Tile Mate Bluetooth trackers (each includes a one-year non-replaceable battery)
- Bluetooth Compatiblity: Bluetooth 4.0
- Power Source: Battery power
- Height: 0.46 cm / 0.18 in.
- Length: 3.4 cm / 1.34 in.
- Width: 3.4 cm / 1.34 in.
- Weight: 6.1 g / 0.22 oz.
iOS: iPhone (Released 2011 or later), iPad (Released 2012 or later), iPad Mini iPod Touch, Apple Watch
Android: Android: Samsung Galaxy (S5 or later), Samsung Note (4 or later), Nexus (4 or later), OnePlus (one or later), HTC one (M8 or later), Motorola Moto X, and most Android devices equipped with Android 4.4 (Kitkat) or later and Bluetooth 4.0 or later.
Tiles are only visible to the registered user, and they do not contain any personal identifiable information on them. If you mark something as lost, another user's phone can find a Tile, but it relays the information to the Tile servers anonymously. The user never even knows they did it.