Droid Finder Will Find Your Missing Android
Article by George Norman
On 23 Jul 2013
Losing or having your smartphone stolen is never a nice thing. What is nice is that smartphones can be remotely locked and tracked. You can do just that with Droid Finder.

Back in the day, when you lost your mobile or when your mobile was stolen, there was little you could do. Most times you had to suck it up, hope there wasn’t anything too embarrassing on your mobile, and go get yourself a new phone.

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Things are a bit different nowadays. With today’s powerful smartphones, and with apps like Droid Finder, you can remotely lock your mobile so that whoever found or stole your device doesn’t access your data and you can track your device so you know precisely where it is and you can go get it back.

Droid Finder Main Features
  • Find my Droid – this feature displays your mobile’s location on a map. It can even tell you if the person who has your mobile is on foot, on a bicicle, or in a moving vehicle. Furthermore, it lets you set a passcode lock, display a message on the screen, capture pictures, make phone calls, and wipe all your data.
  • Anti-thief – all attempts to access your mobile are prevented and recorded. You will be notified via SMS (text message) or email. The notification includes a captured image, hopefully the face of the person who wants unauthorized access to your device. The notification also includes info about IM changes, connected WiFi hotspots, and more.
  • Lost Mode – your Android mobile is locked with a PIN unlock code and a message that displays a contact number is displayed on the screen. If someone finds your lost mobile, that someone can call the contact number on the screen.
  • SMS Control – commands can be send to your mobile via text messages (SMS).

You can get the Droid Finder app for free from the Play Store.

You can login and track your mobile from the official Droid Finder website.







Tags: Google, Android, Play Store, Droid Finder
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