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Musers Announcing bleep - a smart cable that backs up your smartphone data while charging and works everywhere

Launching a crowd funding campaign starting August 25th 14:00 ET time.

TEL-AVIV, Israel, Aug. 25, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Musers Ltd. a developer of revolutionary charging cable that automatically backs up your smartphone data while charging is launching a crowd funding campaign on indiegogo. The company wishes to bring the product called bleep quickly to the market so millions of smartphone and tablet users around the world can benefit from it.

Lost your phone? Get a new one, Connect bleep, and hit recover – you're back in business!

bleep is a smart charging cable,easy to use (plug n' play) with built-in storage in a range of sizes (16–64 GB). bleep communicates with a dedicated application.

Triggered by connecting your smartphone to the cable, bleep automatically syncs your daily new data from contacts, WhatsApp media, history, pictures, videos. The full backup will be saved as soon as it's connected. All this, with no extra action needed – just like your normal charging routine.

Among the device features:

  • If you lose or break your smartphone, all it takes to recover your data is to connect your personal bleep cable to a new smartphone. Type your password, and in ONE click, you're back in business. You get the option of choosing what data you'd like to restore, with an intuitive, easy-to-use application interface.
  • If you own more than a single device, for example a smartphone and a tablet, you can navigate through the app menu between devices and choose which one to restore.
  • As for data security, you can rest assured as bleep has a rugged, protected cable, keeping the secured data physically in its memory, and it is password-protected.
  • In addition, the cable works as a memory stick, which can be used both with a computer and smartphone, for viewing, editing, and transferring files.

Along with your traveling bag and laptop, bleep will quickly be added to your equipment list for your next travel. bleep will work for you from anywhere around the globe, without the need of a computer, Internet access, or even electricity. no need of electricity!

The cable syncs with your smartphone, using "On The Go" technology and supports Android and iOS platforms. This technology allows quick and easy-to-use transfer of data between external devices.

As indicated above, the company is launching a crowd funding campaign, with a target of US$ 20K. This amount will enable significant progress in the development phase. The backers will be the first to enjoy bleep, expected already in the 3rd quarter of 2015! You can watch the campaign and contribute on: http://igg.me/at/bleep.

Maayan Goren, founder of bleep, explains: "In the past, people used to back up their data on their mobile phones using a computer. Today, the smartphones and tablets market is about to reach 1.6 billion unit sales in 2014, much more than the PC market, which is in decline and stand on approx. 0.4 billion units only. In addition – extremely tough security needs do not enable cloud backup and require physical backup." Based on that, Goren explains the aim: "This trend shows us a situation of many people who are holding a smartphone, but not a computer. The need of holding your data 'close to you' is essential, especially in the digital world in which we live today. bleep is here to be the solution for this problem, designed for everyone, everywhere!".

Contact:
Maayan Goren
Musers Ltd.
Phone: +972-52-4618975
[email protected]

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SOURCE Musers Ltd.

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