Personal locator app..which one?
Vismo has just been released in the App Store and has a free trial period ATM. Only a couple of days though. Works with iOS, android, Bberry and Iridium sat phones.
Solid tracking and the ability to send a panic alert. Heve to hold my hand up and admit that it’s a sister company to the one I work for though. Just search Vismo in the App Store.Posted 4 years agoDangoMember
Sends a text or mail to a predetermined contact if you are stationary for a while, can be cancelled if you are just stopped and haven’t had your face smashed off
Another good feature is that you can have your loved one/next of kin contact details or any other info you want on your locked screen (iPhone) blood type?
Give it a go, it’s freePosted 4 years ago
Dango – Member
It wouldnt be hard to type all the contact detail stuff you want in word, paint, excel, PPT or whatever, screenshot, save to jpeg and save on your phone as a locked image
Notes ->> Type in your info ->> Press home and lock button together ->> Photos select the notes pic as lock screen.
Or just carry a plasticised bit of paper with some details on as they can’t get smashed when you crash. Better than all this ICE rubbish that we don’t look for.Posted 4 years agowurzelcubeMember
Motion x will send an email every 5 minutes with your position, chances are you won’t have signal when you need it but at least there will some evidence if where you were heading which worst case should narrow the search down.
When riding alone I wear dog tags… If nothing else they will know who to return my belongings to.Posted 4 years agostoddysMember
do all the location apps need wifi to be turned on like find my phone?
i like the idea of the misses being able to find me if i stack.
find my friends can not use the same email so that wont work, unless someone know a work around as me and my wife have the same apple id.
over to someone who knows more than me.Posted 4 years ago
ps both got iphones/ipads
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