The Vatican promoted the launch of a ‘smart rosary’ bracelet Tuesday compatible with an iOS and Android app.
The “eRosary” bracelet is activated by making the sign of the cross, and is synced to an app, “Click to Pray eRosary” that tracks the user’s progress and contains visual aids and audio reflections on the mysteries of the rosary.
It is sold by “Click to Pray” — an initiative of the Pope’s Worldwide Prayer Network.
Taiwan-based tech company GadgTek Inc (GTI) developed the “smart rosary” for the initiative.
Pope Francis launched the “Click to Pray” smartphone app in an Angelus address in January 2019, encouraging young people to download the app to pray the “Rosary of Peace.”