iMapp Find My Phone, Friends: Review And Features

Description of iMapp Find My Phone, Friends Review

iMapp helps you track your devices, friends, and relatives connected to the service, and helps you find a person's location based on a phone number.

Geolocation Service iMapp – finds all your friends and relatives on the same map for FREE!

Now you do not have to call dozens of times to schedule a meeting. You can simply display the telephone numbers of the other locations. If all of your family members install the iMap application, you will be able to know not only their current geolocation, but also the places they've visited in the last 30 days.

Install iMapp and you can:
• Identify the location of your friends and relatives who are connected to the service
• find out the whereabouts of a person; regardless of the program installed, only with a telephone number or e-mail (target devices should support HTML5)
• Track various devices such as GPS watches, auto trackers, pet trackers and micro trackers
• Save and view the location history of your friends
• share your location with your favorite friends in automatic mode
• Use the program to track locations of children and relatives
• Check the battery level of your friends and family
• Save your favorite places
• Directions to your friends, events or other places you want
• Post your own events on the map and do not forget to comment on events already created
• send the coordinates of a selected location in the most convenient way
• discover the novelties of your city – discover interesting events that are currently taking place

The application uses energy-saving location monitoring technology.

The accuracy of the coordinates when searching for devices with phone number or e-mail depends on the availability of the integrated GPS / GSM / WiFi modules on the target devices. In the event that there is no GPS, the coordinates are recorded using the data from mobile networks with an accuracy of 100 to 1000 m. If there is no GPS and no GSM, the coordinates are recognized by the IP address.

In the present version:
We have added a new algorithm to determine the location of devices by email.

If you are involved in confidential matters, you can change your status in iMap so that your brand will only be displayed to your friends. or you can make yourself invisible.

iMapp has the following subscriptions:
iMapp Premium – $ 3.49 / month, $ 29.49 / year
iMapp PRO – $ 5.99 / month, $ 44.99 / year
Premium lets you connect any number of devices to the iMapp service. This allows you to track connected devices from a PC, find people with a mobile phone, and access 24/7 support. With the PRO version, you get all the features of premium as well as unlimited mobile logs of all your friends and relatives. Premium and PRO annual subscriptions come with a free 3-day trial. At the end of the trial period, the subscription automatically renews on a monthly or yearly basis. You will receive your first fee 3 days after the start of the trial period. The cost of the subscription will be deducted from your earnings linked to the iTunes account. Your subscription will automatically be renewed periodically in accordance with your selected subscription if you cancel it not earlier than 24 hours before the end of the current period. You can not unsubscribe after the purchase. Subscription changes are available in the settings of your iTunes account after purchase.

Requested access:
– to the camera and to the photo – to install the avatar
– to contacts – to invite friends
– Geoposition including the background mode – to find the location of the device
– to the microphone – to make a phone call
– Push notifications – to send chat notifications

Familiarize yourself with the Terms of Use, which you can access through the following link:
http://imap-app.com/Terms.html

http://imap-app.com/privacypolicy.html

NOTE: Continued use of GPS in the background can drastically reduce battery life

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