FBI Child ID App Helps if Your Child Goes Missing
Article by George Norman
On 09 Aug 2011
There are apps for pretty much anything you can think of, which, as far as I see it, is a nice thing. Whenever you want to be entertained, you can simply play a game or lunch an amusing app. When you need help with something, you can simply launch an app and let it lend you a helping hand. And speaking of help, there is even an app out there that can lend a helping hand in case your child goes missing.

The app am talking about is developed by the FBI (Federal Bureau of Investigation) and is appropriately named FBI Child ID. Should your child go missing, the last thing you want to do is waste time – the app takes this into consideration. You can use the app to store vital information about your child so that it is in hand should the unthinkable happen.

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When the authorities arrive on scene, you can use the app to show them pics of your child and provide them with much needed info they need to track your child down. You can also send the info the app stored about your child to the authorities via email.

Speaking about the authorities, when your child goes missing, you may be so shocked that you won’t know what to do – the app takes that into consideration as well. The app provides useful information on what to do in the first few crucial hours after your child goes missing as well as tips on how to keep your children safe and avoid such problems.

The FBI Child ID is offered free of charge. It works with devices powered by iOS 4.2; this means iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad. If you would like to get the app, here’s the App Store link. Check out some screenshots below.









Tags: FBI, Security, FBI Child ID, Apple, App Store
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