Safety is a constant concern when traveling, whether you’re hopping in the car for a weekend getaway or backpacking across Europe. Besides being unfamiliar with a location, language barriers can also make communication difficult. Cue new mobile security app, React Mobile.
Free to download for iOS and select Android systems, the app allows you to create a list of emergency contacts (friends, parents, doctors, etc.) that will be instantly notified if danger strikes. Just tap once to “activate your shield” and GPS coordinates of your location will be sent to members on your list, with an option to link your Twitter and Facebook accounts. Have a serious problem? Send a message to police directly from the app. React Mobile has world-travelers covered, with availability in 39 countries and four continents including the U.S., Canada, Mexico, European Union, Australia, China, Japan, Israel, Jamaica,Philippines, Thailand, Brazil, and Argentina.
It is so fun to have great apps that help us in so many areas of our lives. Apps are certainly a benefit of today’s technology. I wanted to share with you 10 fantastic family apps!
React Mobile – has a “Follow Me” feature, that let’s yourself selected contacts track your whereabouts in real-time whenever you’re concerned for your safety. It also has SOS alerts that can do directly to you social media sites and email; Group Messaging-Link to your location, Automatic 911 prompt options, and last known GPS in case you lose coverage! It is perfect when you’re going on a long distant trip alone, or when you’re traveling country roads! It is also great for you when you go walking or running! I have a teenager that will be driving soon and this app will be on his phone for sure! I want him to be safe especially during the first few months of driving alone and this way I will know where he is at and how he is doing. This is a great app for your family! Nothing can keep us secure from everything but when we have tools that can help they are surely worth using!
Heading off for the party of your life at spring break? As well as the swimsuits and flip-flops on your packing list, don’t forget to include these seven great smartphone apps. They’re all super-useful, whether you’re at the airport, having cocktails beside the pool or stumbling home in the small hours. All of the apps are free, although some also have premium versions for a few dollars….
Knowing that you have a few apps that will help you out in a potentially dangerous situation can give you the peace of mind you need to feel at ease.
We use our smartphones for everything – from accessing apps that organize our to-do lists to using apps that take and edit photos creating perfect selfies. At almost all times, we are equipped with one of the most powerful devices of our time and it’s hardly ever far from our reach. So, why not take full advantage of this technology and use it to stay safer by adding some very useful apps? Whether you are going for late night run or traveling alone for work, knowing that you have a few apps that will help you out in a potentially dangerous situation can give you the peace of mind you need to feel at ease. These easy-to-use, free apps will help if you ever find yourself in a dangerous situation. React Mobile. Using GPS, this app can send silent SOS messages showing your location to pre-selected contacts. It can also send group alerts and allow a family member or friend to virtually walk you home. The home screen of the app shows a React Mobile Shield that, when tapped, activates the service and sends an SOS alert with your GPS coordinates via text, email, Twitter, or Facebook. There is also a popup to call 911 if needed, and the only way to disable is by using a cancel-alert code. This app also has a feature called Follow Me, which allows permitted family and friends to follow you via GPS in real-time. To set it up, you can choose an amount of time that it will track you, and then hit the, I’m Safe button when you arrived safely so your friends and family know you are safe and sound.
Safety is a constant concern when traveling, whether you’re hopping in the car for a weekend getaway or backpacking across Europe. Besides being unfamiliar with a location, language barriers can also make communication difficult. Cue new mobile security app, React Mobile…