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Stay connected anytime, anywhere with the cookoo watch—the wearable extension of your smartphone that helps manage your connected life.
Created by

Peter Hauser

2,560 backers pledged $305,393 to help bring this project to life.

The COOKOO™ Watch and SleepDrops - helping you sleep better at night...

Hello Kickstarters,

If you're like me, you get emails, texts, Skype messages, etc. day and night

Sometimes, I even have to charge my phone in a different room so that I don't hear the constant vibrations next to the bed while I'm trying to sleep.

Wouldn't it be cool if you could block selected notifications at certain times, or at the touch of a button?

Well - now you can!

The COOKOO™ watch and SleepDrops have teamed-up to do just that.  

SleepDrops™ will be integrating support for the COOKOO™ watch into its app.

This means that with a touch of the COMMAND button on the COOKOO™ watch you can:

  • Block the notifications you don't want
  • Choose which notifications to receive on your watch
  • Send automatic responses to people when you're busy

By combining the COOKOO watch and SleepDrops app, we are giving people a fast way to discretely send notifications to your wrist, versus having to constantly pull your phone out of your pocket or purse.

If you haven't seen SleepDrops yet - check them out at sleepdropsapp.com.

NEW Keychain Retail Pack Backer Level Added

Based-on your feedback, we've also added a new backer level for anybody who wants to retail the COOKOO™ keychain.

KEYCHAIN RETAILER PACK: $400

Twenty (20) COOKOO™ keychains plus five (5) posters and one (1) point of sale display. The KEYCHAIN RETAILER PACK comes with the free Android or iOS app and free shipping in the USA (add $10 for shipping to Canada and $15 for international shipping). The displays, posters, and keychains will ship together in September. Backers at other levels may add $400 + shipping to their backing level to receive this pack.

We're not done yet... 

Stay tuned for more announcements in this final week of the campaign plus some exciting new videos showing the Connected App™ and devices in action.

Thanks,

Peter

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Comments

    1. Creator Peter Hauser on June 29, 2012

      @Ariel @Miles - I'll defer to SleepDrops on any limitations that they might face when trying to launch their app - I will say that the Connected App will be released in the app store, and that the features offered there will be inline with Apple's developer guidelines.

    2. Creator Miles on June 29, 2012

      SleepDrops is jailbreak only.. So you'll have to have iOS5 *and* jailbreak your phone to use SMS and sleepdrops up front, or have iOS 6 and bluetooth MAP, but no sleepdrops.. Or wait a while for iOS6 to be jailbroken, then you can have both.

    3. Creator Ariel Shtul on June 28, 2012

      SleepDrops will never make it into the AppStore. It is NOT allowed for one app to interfere with activity of another app (sandboxing). It seems the developers are aware of this fact as they mention in their FAQ Cydia and jailbroken iDevices.
      Be aware!!!

    4. Creator Peter Hauser on June 28, 2012

      @Jay - The SleepDrops app is a great example of what can be done when you integrate the COOKOO watch with an app using the ConnectedDevice API. Their first version will be focused on the iOS platform, but they have plans for Android in the future.
      @Jomnylee - we can't wait either!

    5. Creator jornnylee on June 28, 2012

      嗯~真不赖~只是希望能尽快发货,等不及了!

    6. Creator Jay Keeley on June 28, 2012

      take it this is iOS only?

    7. Creator Aydin Kintziger on June 28, 2012

      @Zetura: With Sleepdrops you get full control over your notifications. Unlike with the 'Do Not Disturb' function in iOS 6, which only lets you suppress - ALL - your notifications.

    8. Creator Zetura on June 28, 2012

      Well, it's like the new feature "Do Not Disturb" in iOS 6, right ? And it will be free, no need to pay 3$ ;) But thanks for the idea, and i see that we can configure which app will have the right to "disturb" us :)