For families, it’s about connecting with each other whenever needed, whether that means making plans, getting picked up, checking locations or when your safety is threatened. It’s also about being prepared for roadside assistance, natural disasters, medical emergencies or school safety situations to instantly check in with each other: status, location and private messaging.
For college students, it’s about improving personal safety, getting help in uncomfortable or dangerous situations without calling or texting, letting others track your location as you’re heading out or returning late at night. It’s about coordinating with friends socially and when making plans – more private than using large social networks and more integrated than texting.
At work, it’s a great way to communicate last minute staffing needs – filling an opening more efficiently than ever while saving lots of time and hassles. It’s also about staying connected on important issues with your coworkers, communicating scheduling and meeting location changes through private group messaging, and keeping track of everyone’s location effortlessly when it really matters.