Google Releases 'Trusted Contacts' App for iOS

Google Releases 'Trusted Contacts' App for iOS

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Google has announced the release of its 'Trusted Contacts' app for iOS.

Last December on Android we introduced the Trusted Contacts app, a new way for you to let your friends and family know you’re safe. Loved ones can request your location––even if your phone is offline or you can’t get to it. You can also proactively share your location in everyday or emergency situations. Now we’re bringing Trusted Contacts to iOS—so no matter what kind of device you’re using, you can be a little more at ease.

Features:
• Add your closest friends and family as trusted contacts.
• Allow trusted contacts to request your location. If everything’s fine, you can deny the request. If you’re unable to respond, your last known location is shared automatically within a custom timeframe (works even if you’re offline or your phone is out of battery).
• Proactively share your location if you feel unsafe or find yourself in an emergency.
• Integration with Google Maps location sharing, so you can easily enable permanent location sharing with selected contacts and find them directly within Google Maps.

You can download Trusted Contacts from the App Store for free.

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Cyrix - July 26, 2017 at 9:27pm
Just another googles shoot to try to have private info from apple users.
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