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Find My iPhone from Apple
It formerly required a subscription to Apple‘s MobileMe service, but now it’s offered for free to owners of an iPhone 4, iPad, or iPod Touch running iOS 4.2 or higher. Apple’s Find My iPhone feature debuted with the iPhone 3GS in 2009. Reports from pcworld.com that bayoetech.web.id quotes.
Tracking a device either on the Web or by using Apple’s free Find My iPhone app, once Find My iPhone is enabled, it runs in the background until you need to locate a lost device. To use tracking on the Web, you sign in to MobileMe Apple’s website with your Apple ID. Using Find My Iphone which the app can be install it to other iOS device (your iPad or a friend’s iPod, for example).
In Find My iPhone, it can lock the phone, send a message, play a sound, or remotely wipe the contents (click to zoom). The site instantly takes you to a map that displays the location of your iPhone afet you sign in. The use of all of these services is fully help when you need a location of a missing phone and either no GPS signal to established –for example, ca be inside a building. Find My iPhone uses a mix of GPS, cell tower data, and Wi-Fi data to locate the phone. To use all three services You have to enable a Location Services on your iPhone.
Find My iPhone boasts a feature that its rivals cannot: It allowing you to wipe remotely the contents of your iPhone when you suspect that you Iphone has fallen into the wrong hands. Allowing you to remotely lock your phone so unwanted user can’t access it, and Find My iPhone can display a customizable message on its screen or play a sound from it that could either deter a thief or help you locate it.
Multipronged Approach Offered by iHound
SafetyWeb’s iHound is available as an app both for the iPhone and for Android phones; once it’s installed on your devices, all of them can be managed from the app’s Web-based Security Dashboard, which is accessible from any device with a browser. For a limited time only iHound iPhone app is free, but it normally costs $3.99. The app comes with 3 months of free monitoring service. Can be extended the subscription through an in-app purchase, with prices starting at $3.99 for 3 months.
Dashboard in iHound Security suffers a bit from an overcrowded interface; packing with information touting new features in the app, such as its new location-based alerts system (discussed later). You have to scroll down a bit to get to the tracking information, which is displayed in a small window. You can, click to view the history of your last known locations, it will displayed in a bigger with pop-up window.
iHound app was always correct in its estimate to tells you how accurate it believes its tracking information. The estimated accuracy is within 94 meters, it’s difficult to locate a device the size of an iPhone. That’s remotely request your iPhone to play a noise, such as a siren or car alarm sound, or the “Stop! This is iHound” message.
Lots of details in iHound offered reports. iHound can sent a push notification to the lost device, compose your own message, select one of its automated options, can play a noise; such as a car alarm or a voice shouting “Stop! This is iHound!” on the phone. To recover your lost iPhone, Stickers offer by iHound so you can put it on the phone, which let someone who’s found the device get in touch with you via iHound.
Variety of location-based features in addition to its tracking tools. It offers Geofencing alerts, let you know when a phone has passed a certain location. Also allows you to set alerts to share your location via Facebook, Twitter, and Foursquare.
GadgetTrak Snaps a Photo
Other iPhone app is GadgetTrak, with $3.99, takes a different approach for locating iPhone; also identify who might have taken it to helps you, ability to snap a photo of someone when using the phone. But its tracking features weren’t quite as impressive as Find My iPhone and iHound. GadgetTrak runs in the background like those two products on your iPhone, waiting until you need it before you take action.
When you log in to track your device you can monitoring from GadgetTrak’s site. Once you log in, you can’t always immediately locate your device,Unfortunately. At preset intervals GadgetTrak locates your phone, which can only be changed from within the iPhone app itself.
When you set GadgetTrak’s intervals to as little as one minute it will alert you at that interval whenever tracking is enabled and your iPhone is on the move. You can track its movements on a map, and you’ll receive an email notifying you of the new tracking data.
GadgetTrak does allow you to send a push notification to the device, which can get you speedier results–if someone has their hands on your phone. Once the user of your iPhone dismisses the notification, which appears as a meeting reminder from GadgetTrak, the app tracks its location. If you’ve paid $1 (in-app) for the Camera Reports option, GadgetTrak also will take this opportunity to snap a photo with both the front and rear cameras. This is your chance to see who is using your phone, and to scour the surroundings to see if you might be able to locate it. You must, however, pay the $1 in advance for this feature to work.
Source : PCworld.com