Zeal Optics releases new iOS support app for goggles

“Whether you are a retailer or a customer, you always need to be able to get your questions answered,” says John Sanchez, president of ZEAL Optics. “With ZEAL’s new Goggle Tech Support App, we are able to help our consumers better utilize every element of their technology goggles, from HDCamera support with iON to Z3 GPS.”

The revolutionary idea was to put the power in consumers’ hands so that they can always find an answer to any question that might come up while using a ZEAL Optics Tech Goggle. Along with the new APP, ZEAL also has live person customer service support as a part of the dedication to supporting the category.

“It is great to see the growing demand for technology products,” said John Sanchez, ZEAL’s president. “We have been a global leader in goggle technology since its inception and its awesome to to see some of the biggest companies following our lead and jumping in. We only see increased partnerships and continued growth through more goggle technology advancements. ”

Download the app: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/zeal-optics-support/id558202207?mt=8

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