Have you been paying attention to prices on new smartphones?
If you're someone who likes to have the latest and greatest gadgets, you know that it can cost nearly $1,000 for your next phone. At those prices, you definitely don't want to lose your device.
Replacement costs are just the tip of the iceberg. Think of all the critical information stored on your phone and if it fell into the wrong hands. Yikes!
That's why you need a reliable way to track down your gadget if it goes missing. This app will help you do just that.
I'm talking about the Find My Phone app.
This is an essential tracking tool for anyone who knows the stress and worry that comes with a lost or stolen gadget. It's available for free for Android users.
Using Find My Phone's GPS tracker makes finding your lost device easier than ever. Here are some key features of the app:
- Find a lost, stolen or missing device whether it belongs to you, your spouse or your child.
- Keep tabs on a lost or missing gadget with real-time location updates. When the missing device is moved, its position is updated instantly on the app's map and its website.
- You're also able to track and locate Android tablets.
The app's navigational assistance can guide you too, making retrieval quick and easy. Mobile providers know how far a gadget is located from cell towers. The app secures this information and displays your device's whereabouts on the app's map.
How to use the app
For the tracking feature to work, the app must be installed on the device that you are searching for. Once the app is installed, log into the app's website.
You will see a pin on the map showing the location of your phone. The map also features directions to the gadget's exact location. Another key feature is the real-time updates on both the app and the website. You will see the map instantly updated whenever the gadget is on the move.
To download the Find My Phone app, click the link we've provided below inside the blue box. If you're reading this article using the Komando.com app, you might not see the provided link. If not, click here to see it.