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    Default Anyone use the Skip?

    Does anyone currently use the moto Skip? Does it work well? What are it's other benefits? Thanks

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    Default Re: Anyone use the Clip?

    The Skip?

    I found the Skip Dots more useful.

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    Default Re: Anyone use the Clip?

    Um, yes the skip. My bad.
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    Default Re: Anyone use the Skip?

    I used mine until I lost it. Wore it clipped over my pocket edge, found it to be convenient. I actually lost it twice; the first time it actually attached itself inside the door jam of my vehicle, the second time I have no idea.
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    Default Re: Anyone use the Skip?

    I have the skip and three dots. After trying them out, I found them not to be all that practical. I basically stopped using them. Why, well for one I did not like having to remember to wear the skip. Also, you have to Tap on a certain spot on the phone...sometimes moving it around to find the right spot. Also, my phone stays unlocked automatically in my house and car and I use Active Notifications. So I did not end up really needing it all that much. I would not recommend buying the Skip based on my experience.
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    Default Re: Anyone use the Skip?

    Quote Originally Posted by hisense View Post
    I would not recommend buying the Skip based on my experience.
    I would have to agree with this comment - I used it because it was included free when I bought my Moto X. I found it convenient; but like hisense, I previously had my phones set to be unlocked when at home (using Tasker).
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    I don't find it very easy to hit the spot; marginally useful at this point but it was free. I'm wearing it now.
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    Default Re: Anyone use the Skip?

    I use it everyday. I keep it on my belt loop.

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    Default Re: Anyone use the Skip?

    I, too, found it inconvenient (always coming undone or ending up in the laundry basket with my shirt!). I bought a pack of Digital Tattoos to try out since they stay on for five days. I want to use them when I travel but haven't gone anywhere since they arrived.

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    Default Re: Anyone use the Skip?

    I love it. I have one of the skip dots at work next to my keyboard and the wearable on the band of my mechanical watch. Gives me a similar concept that my pebble as a trusted device does.

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