Android app lets you use the lock screen to get your lost device back
show emergency medical information, any pertinent medical conditions and info like allergies and blood type. Allowing paramedics or other first responders to have access to this information can often be the difference between enjoying a cold one hours later, with a slab of ribs in front of you, and being a cold slab hours later with a "Y" cut separating your ribs.
With settings that delay misHaps from opening anytime between 1 to 60 seconds, users still get a chance to unlock the phone without triggering the app. It seems that the developer thought of just about everything just in case you do have a, ahem, mishap.
source: GooglePlayStore via androinica
1. akita256 (Posts: 79; Member since: 26 Jan 2012)
If you have GPS on your phone, will this app also send out it's location (while not being visible to the person who may have found the phone) to a web site that can be viewed by the phone's owner on a computer so they can see where the phone is?
3. tluv00 (Posts: 134; Member since: 18 Oct 2007)
Find my phone
Where's my Droid
4. ApphoIe (banned) (Posts: 78; Member since: 31 May 2012)
inb4 "duhuhuuhhuDERP who would want their android back gyuhyuk!" - taco or gallito