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Family Safety with React Mobile App

Safety is one of the biggest concerns for any family. Nowadays everyone is carrying cellphones with extra security knowing that they can call the police or emergency services anywhere, any time.
Our children are also carrying cellphones so us parents know where they are, always. Keeps us feeling like we have taken every precaution to keep our kids safe.
What if we could go one step further to ensure their safety?
Well, we can!
Since March 2013, there is an app for mobile phones, React Mobile. React Mobile provides security and peace-of-mind to all who use it, from parents, students and even employees. The app turns your phone into a top-notch security center. It allows users to report incidents and any crimes being committed.
Using the "follow me" feature, allows selected contacts to track your whereabouts anytime. It's perfect for those times spent alone like walking home at night from the mall, or if you meet someone for the first time.
Simply touch the "I'm safe" button to let your contacts know you have arrived safely. If an emergency arises, simply press the SOS shield on the app to send a panic alert with your GPS location to your select contacts via text message and email. (You can also post directly to Facebook and Twitter.) Once the SOS is activated, you will be prompted to call 911.
Best part is, this app can be used worldwide!!! You can change your country in the app settings tab. For example, the SOS prompt will ask UK callers to dial 112/999 not 911.
As a parent, this would make me sleep better at night. Not having to worry, and knowing as soon as my child reaches their destination. Or if an employee ran an errand, knowing when they arrive and depart can be beneficial.




Won't you check it out and see the many ways it can be beneficial to you?

React Mobile Website

Apple iTunes Download

Google Play Download


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