Last year in December, Google released a personal security application Trusted Contacts Android version, and now, this application finally landing iOS system App Store. This application allows users to share their location with their loved ones or friends anytime, anywhere, especially when an emergency occurs.
At present, iOS and Android users can use this application, and can achieve cross-platform location sharing. As with the Android version, the iPhone version of Trusted Contacts works even when the iPhone does not have a signal or if the phone is not powered.
IOS users can add the closest friends and family to a trusted contact. These people will be able to view the user's activity status. When a user finds himself in an insecure position, he or she can take his place to share his trusted location. In addition, if the user trusts the contact to worry about user security, they can choose to request to view the user's location. Of course, if everything is normal, iOS users can also refuse to share with them.
Unfortunately, the current Trusted Contacts application does not enter the Chinese market.