The app is based on user activity and uses Android’s Activity Recognition API to send notifications when someone starts speeding or driving faster than 50 km/h.
Truecaller’s Guardian Safety app on Wednesday announced that it has crossed one million downloads worldwide with 60 per cent downloads from India. The company said in a statement that Guardians, which was launched in March this year, has received a 4.5 star rating on the Google Play Store and is also included in the top 10 apps in the Maps and Navigation category.
The app supports multiple languages including Hindi, Arabic, French, Spanish, Portuguese and Indonesian and is also available on the Apple App Store. The company has added new features – satellite visual, location-based alerts and activity-based alerts to the app. Using satellite visuals, users can view the original map of Earth with precision topographical details.
With a location-based alert feature, the app will allow users to mark their most frequent locations, such as their home, school or workplace. These locations can be their safe locations and parents can be informed whenever someone moves out of this secure location. This activity-based alert is an opt-in feature where users can enable it if they want to use it.
The app monitors the activity like this
It is based on user activity and uses Android’s Activity Recognition API to send notifications when someone starts speeding or driving at 50 km/h.
Truecaller is committed to real-world security by developing an app that provides people with security in their digital lives, the company said. As a brand, we stand ready to work with local government officials to keep everyone and their close ones safe.
It said, Guardian will never share any personal details with any third party app for commercial use, including our own Truecaller app. This is our commitment to personal security.
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