7 Essential Personal Safety Apps
Now-a-days everyone is familiar with incidents of natural and uncertain disaster, there is a need to explore faster and more effective methods of activating relief efforts. Communications technologies — including social media and mobile apps — play an effective role in emergency rescue efforts, as well as overall personal safety.
Alex Schultz, Facebook’s vice president of growth, says that “communication is critical in moments of crisis.” As social media is very popular now-a-days, emergency response and quick communication are possible through social media apps.
Below is the list of 7 Essential Personal Safety Apps
Line Messenger is a free app for instant communication on any kind of electronic devices such as smartphones, tablet and personal computers. Line users exchange images, texts, audio & video and provide free video conferences and VoIP conversations. Line launched in Japan in 2011, reaching 100 million users within eighteen months and 200 million users only six months later Months later, LINE Messenger, a subsidiary of South Korean internet company Naver, was launched. LINE soon became the world’s fastest-growing social network in the area – exceeding Twitter within a year by providing free IM and calling through various devices. Actually LINE has helped thousands of users keep in contact in emergency situations.
Guardly was founded in 2010 by Josh Sookman. When you’re traveling to far distance for any business, in a parking garage with weak cellular coverage or sitting at your desk, This app Guardly alerts and connects you with your company/organization’s safety & security operations instantly.