KeyMe App Lets You Scan and Save a Digital Copy of Your Keys

KeyMe App Lets You Scan and Save a Digital Copy of Your Keys

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KeyMe is an app that lets you save a digital version of your keys in case they get lost or stolen.

Never get locked out again. KeyMe is a simple and secure way to store, copy, and share your keys. Store Keys In The Cloud: Take a picture of your keys on your phone and create a digital version of your physical keychain. Access them from anywhere.

No More Lockouts: If you ever get locked out, a locksmith can make your key from scratch by viewing instructions we display on your phone. No more paying $200+ for a lockout.

Mail Order a Copy: Order copies on your phone and we'll send you brand new keys in the mail. Choose from a huge selection of key designs...including our very own bottle-opening key!

Share Keys With Friends and Family: Share a digital copy of your key instantly. The recipient can get a physical copy made through our mail order service, at one of our kiosks, or at a regular locksmith.

You can download KeyMe: Digital Keychain from the App Store for free.

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onesimus - September 11, 2014 at 11:39am
It always good to work with one thing that is portable and really easy and at ease to use, just like this innovation that works every facility runs with the power of smartphone. check this, hopefully that app is simple to try on a type of door just in that link.
NoGoodNick - August 12, 2013 at 1:28am
This isn't an app for users, but is instead an app for thieves who have access to people's keys (like valet's, or babysitters), who's relatives wouldn't mind helping themselves to their possessions. The app should be shut down immediately, as I can't picture any own who couldn't make a duplicate key himself easily enough.
iCrunch - August 9, 2013 at 10:29pm
What will they think of next.
BA - August 9, 2013 at 9:47pm
Thefts will go up as ppl take photos of ur keys
Drewsk1 - August 9, 2013 at 8:06pm
You need to provide a credit card to sign up
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