(Attiki, Greece) – SafeBeep, a Greek-created safety app that helps you keep tabs on family and friends, has just launched in Greece. The app, which essentially turns your smartphone into a safety alarm that allows you to get in touch with your loved ones in case of an emergency, is free to use according to the information on its listing in the iTunes App Store. The app is available for both Apple devices and also Android phones. In this day and age, we have the ability to connect with our loved ones through our smartphones, regardless of how far apart we may be. Even still, getting in touch with one another during emergencies can be a hectic and stressful experience unless you have the right tools. Rather than alert people on your contact list individually, the SafeBeep app allows you to get in touch with them all at once, which can streamline the whole purpose.
The SafeBeep app is designed for those who want to protect their loved ones or be protected from harm, be notified when a loved one is in danger, connect family members on a deeper level, develop a network of family and friends who are willing to look out for each other’s safety. The app defines an emergency as any number of things. These include dangerous weather, bad falls, car accidents, getting pulled over by the police, and much more. The app has several features such as the ability to chat with family members individually through the app, a feature that lets you instantly review whether or not your loved ones are safe, and the ability to allow you to send out a warning or alert to your family members if you are the one who is in danger.
SafeBeep was developed in Greece and is currently available in English, Greek, and Albanian. The company’s goal was to create an app that would allow family and friends from all over the world to keep tabs on each other so that they can keep each other safe. The company that designed the app is based out of Attiki, Greece but the app is available all over the world through the app stores for the individual devices.