Safety should be everyone’s top priority when driving, playing sports, working, drinking, and of course dating. Safety apps are not just for women, everyone should use common sense and do everything in their power to stay safe when meeting up with strangers for at least the first couple of times. The good news is that with all our tech advancements, today there are a ton of great apps to keep you safe with very little effort. Try a few of these out and see which one work best for you. We found them all to easy to use and get job done in their own way, the biggest difference is in how complex or how simple you want your safety app to be.
With bSafe you can allow a trusted group of friends and family the app likes to call “Guardians” to follow you via a GPS trace, almost exactly like tracking your Uber or Lyft driver on their way to pick you up. It also has an emergency alarm that when clicked, sends your location to your guardians while recording audio and video from your phone.
Circle of 6
An award winning app praised for fighting abuse. It’s one of the most popular safety apps on the market. It allows you to pick 6 friends or family members to be in your circle. From this circle you can reach out to them to pick you up, call you, or text you by clicking the the car, phone, or chat icons in the app. it also has a danger button to reach a hotline for victims of abuse.
An unique safety app that will discreetly call for help when you’re facing a dangerous situation. What makes it so unique and effective is the little key-ring device that pairs with the app on your phone via Bluetooth to alert your emergency contacts of your situation even when your phone is out of reach. With a hit of the danger button, your friends will know your exact location.
This one isn’t technically an app but it’s can still be very handy for those always out at night, plus you don’t have to download anything to use it on your phone. Basically, you have to check in with Kitestring by text at set intervals, if you don’t check in within the set time frame, it will instantly send a personalized alert text to your listed emergency contact.
More Safety Apps
It’s also worth checking out a few of these other high rated apps for personal safety. A few of them are free but some of the more up to date ones do have a small monthly fee so browse around and decide which one you like best. It’s a great way to have piece of mind and it doesn’t take more than a few seconds to set them up before you’re ready to go out.
2. Red Panic Button
3. SOS Stay Safe
6. Family Locator
7. Drunk Mode
10. Scream Alarm