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    Default Finally got my Pressy!

    I finally got my Pressy after backing them on Kickstarter some time last year. I was a bit skeptical from the beginning but I am incredibly impressed!

    By far the best N5 accessory I own. You can program it to launch any program, change tons of settings and many other things. You can program up to 9 different actions by using combinations of short and long presses of the button.

    You can see all the info you'd ever want at their website but I've attached some real world pictures.

    Pressy - The almighty Android button

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    I ordered one, figured it acts as two things for my s5. An extra button, and a headphone Jack plug
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    It might be a great device, but I just can't bring myself to spend $27 for a button. Instead I bought a chinese clone for .39 cents. We'll see if it's any good.
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    It's expensive but it's worth it to be able to use their app. The knockoffs are not user friendly at all and they fall apart pretty easily. People pay more than this for many cases so I had no problems spending money for all the benefits.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Zendroid1 View Post
    It's expensive but it's worth it to be able to use their app. The knockoffs are not user friendly at all and they fall apart pretty easily. People pay more than this for many cases so I had no problems spending money for all the benefits.
    Someone said the Klick app works well on the cheap ones. If it doesn't, I'm only out .39 cents. For me, I'd rather buy a $27 case that will protect it. To each their own.
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    Received one from Kickstarter as well... Posted a quick review over on sister site, Connectedly HERE.
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    I received notification that mine has been shipped. I'm looking forward to getting it any day now and trying it out. Seems like a great idea to me.
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    seems nice, i would like to try it out.!
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    Anyone know if this can be programmed to launch Google Now on my phone? I'm envisioning using it as a way to quickly get google now up to set reminders, do searches, or call people with voice recognition

    The one issue is that I use a pattern for screen unlock, so I would have to disable that if I wanted it to truly work (correct?).
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    My pressy is glitchy, not impressed. It's now permanently on my key ring.

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