Remember the Jawbone JAMBOX that was launched in November 2010? Last year, Jawbone released a new feature on JAMBOX called LiveAudio which basically allows users to hear different sounds using binaural technology. LiveAudio was a part of JAMBOX’s software update to version 2.0. Today, the company is announcing another update to its Bluetooth-enabled music player. Version 2.2 builds on version 2.0 that included the LiveAudio feature, and it now brings a silent mode functionality that will disable notifications and tones.
The update also brings compatibility with the Jawbone Companion app on Android, as well as higher quality speakerphone capabilities. Jawbone Companion for Android is a useful app that helps you stay on top of your schedule, battery life, and call – all hands free using your Jawbone headset or speaker. Sources from the web are saying that the update also improved the volume up and down tones of the device and that a separate double tone feature has been added as well. To get the update, head over to Jawbone’s MyTALK site right now. Meanwhile, you can grab the Jawbone Companion app on Android via Google Play.
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