Click To Pray is the official app of the Pope's Worldwide Prayer Network and it recently launched the app-connected eRosary as a prayer-tracking wearable device. The design of the bracelet takes inspiration from the traditional rosary but boasts an updated style and tech-powered features that can be taken anywhere. Traditionally, rosary beads are used during the recitation of prayers, so that the fingers follow the beads until reaching the end of the chain, marking the end of a prayer. The eRosary boasts an internal accelerometer and technology from Acer that senses movement and tracks progress on the go.
The wearable can be used alongside the Click To Pray app to show on-screen prayers and can be used to track not only daily prayers but health data too.