CYPRESS, CA, August 28, 2014 — Soberlink, the creator of the first handheld Breathalyzer designed to improve recovery outcomes, continues to show prominence in the mobile alcohol monitoring space with their new product, Soberlink Bluetooth.
The Soberlink Bluetooth was developed in response to the need for cost-effective remote alcohol monitoringthat could extend outside of the United States or where cell coverage is not available. Soberlink Bluetooth uses Bluetooth to pair with an Apple iPhone or iPad so an individual can use their existing data plan or Wi-Fi connection to send test results from anywhere in the world.
After a successful Beta program, the Soberlink Bluetooth officially launches on August 29, 2014. Soberlink’s App, Soberlink Bluetooth, is now in Apple’s App Store as a free download and will be available on the new iPhone 6.
Soberlink Bluetooth offers the same discreet and reliable design as the Soberlink Cellular, with a high-resolution camera for identity verification and a professional-grade fuel cell for accurate alcohol measurement. Soberlink Bluetooth offers all the benefits of the cloud-based Soberlink Monitoring Site, which includes Adaptive Facial Recognition (AFR)™, real-time alerts, automated reporting, and robust tamper detection.
According to Soberlink’s Founder and CEO Brad Keays, “We are living in a connected world and Soberlink Bluetooth takes advantage of the fact that we have Internet access at our fingertips. Apple’s iOS was a perfect platform to launch this technology. It’s further proof of Soberlink’s commitment to developing innovative technology to aid in the recovery process.”
In comparison to the growing amount of personal breathalyzers on the market, the Soberlink devices are designed for a remote alcohol monitoring system that promotes accountability and structure for a person recovering from alcohol addiction.
About The Company
Founded in 2010, Soberlink. is the leader in developing innovative mobile alcohol monitoring devices and software to help change behavior and promote accountability for those in recovery. Soberlink’s initial device, SL1, is the world’s first smartphone Breathalyzer. Soberlink Cellular, the second-generation device is a cellular Breathalyzer that uses an embedded cell module and camera to transmit the test result and a live photo directly to a monitoring platform. The Soberlink Bluetooth is an extension to the line of devices, offering an individual the flexibility of complying with an alcohol program by using their iPhone or iPad’s existing data plan or Wi-Fi connection to send test results.