Jawbone Icon gets A2DP update

Aliph has released an update to its popular Bluetooth headset, the Icon, that gives it the ability to stream music and other audio files. The A2DP update is available through the companies MyTalk website. If you don't own an Icon and the addition to A2DP pushes you over the fence, the headset can be picked up over at the WMExperts Store for the reduced price of $96.95.

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George is the Reviews Editor at Windows Central, concentrating on Windows 10 PC and Mobile apps. He's been a supporter of the platform since the days of Windows CE and uses his current Windows 10 Mobile phone daily to keep up with life and enjoy a game during down time.

3 Comments
  • This Bluetooth handset seems good and having good voice clarity.Its price is also affordable but I want to know its more features.
  • No volume adjustment, but volume preference is saved in JB to where ever you left it last on the phone. Announces incoming caller number only, not the name, but still nice. You can press the talk button when not on a call and it announces the battery level as in "2 hours of talk time left". Dedicated power on/off toggle switch. Finally uses micro USB for charging. Has "my talk" to customize voice and add additional apps or features to the JB. Hope this helps.
  • I downloaded the A2DP update to my ICON today. It's great for listening to podcasts.