Guardian Safety Net helps you by creating a Safety Net of your own trusted contacts, who can all be easily alerted via Push Notifications (similar to SMS or TXT messages) if you are ever concerned for your own wellbeing.
If you feel unsafe or unwell, simply launch the app and press the button to send messages and your location to your Safety Net.
You, and everyone in your Safety Net, can then view each others' locations on the map so that you know help is on its way. Map locations are updated every 5 - 10 seconds (approx).
Creating a Guardian Safety Net account is free and takes just a few seconds.
Receiving messages is free for all participants.
Activating this free receive-only app to be able to also send alerts is done via a small one-off in-app purchase.
Note: All Safety Net participants must have an active connection to the Internet (via cellular or WiFi) for this app to work.
WARNING: If you feel your life is in imminent danger, you should always contact your local law enforcement or emergency response authorities first.
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With the push of a button, alert others that you may need help witha message and contact numbers to notify. Send the message via SMS and Record a 15 second cry for help. Shout a description or anything that may be useful or maybe the phone just picks up background noise that can help law enforcement.
When enabled, your message will contain your last location so others will know where you were when you asked for help.
This is the initial launch and I appreciate your feedback.
Remember, if you are in an emergency you should always call 911. There is a button on the alert page to do this also.
If v1.5 crashes on you, please e-mail me or comment, I have not been able to replicate any faults at this time.