Much better free apps are avilable in play store, like Life 360. On iphone family where gives location acuracy of 3000Yards!!! Where as App like life 360 Gives about 10 yard acuracy both on iphones and androids. T mobile should buy out life 360 Or similar then charge customers.
Doesn't work. Says my kids are down the street when they're right next to me. Texts me at 3am telling me my kids are at school. Last wk my son had tutoring after school & I texted with him to confirm. He said he was sitting in class but the GPS said he was miles away. So I emailed his teacher & she confirmed that he was in class sitting in front of her. I already called to cancel & representative from TMobile me that this app basically doesn't work. He had heard from other people this same thing I was complaining about. Dont waste your time and money
Haha this is a joke!!! Why pay the money if it's not accurate? So glad I didn't pay and got a free month. At first it worked great....gave it a week and it tells me all kinds of different locations. I had my kids with me and it said they were at home and we were miles away!!! Checked location on my oldest and it said medium accuracy for his location and he's in his room!!!! To many errors for me. I wanted it to work so bad and it failed me several times for location my teenager
I think what people said about phones not purchased directly from T-Mobile maybe true: of the 9 phones in my family account, 4 can't be detected at all, 3 give a pretty accurate location, and 2 give an area of several miles. So, mostly useless.
Terrible waste of money. Works for a 2 mile radius for kids iPhone, which, while not great, was acceptable. But the Android of my other child won't connect at all now for the last 3 months. I wasted money paying for this junk in hopes I could get it to work. It doesn't!!
Inconvenient when needed. You can't have Wi-Fi on when using it to validate your info, so you have to wait to turn it off and try again. There's no tracking, just checking it. Unless you have a set schedule and set a bunch of reminders set for it to automatically update, you have to go through the tedious process of opening the app, using mobile data to validate, then checking while it updates. Certainly not worth $10 a month, not unless history or tracking can be added or it gets more user friendly.
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