The popular iPhone app now available on Android!Last Alert notifies you when your (or your childs) Android runs low on battery. -And in case you miss the alarm, we will email you the last known location just before the battery goes dead. - So you know where to look for it. Seriously, how great is that?
(Just to clarify, you must install the app BEFORE you lose your phone.)*
There are three main components to this app:
1.) Audible Notifications - Last Alert will alarm when the battery is low. Select your alert sound and choose up to 3 alert intervals (20%, 10%, 5% etc.,) When the alert sounds, you or your child will know its time to put it back on the charger. -Before the battery dies. (Kids pick up on this idea very well, and weve included several kid-friendly alarms to choose from.)
2.) Email Alerts - in the event of a dying battery, the app will send out an email with last known GPS coordinates. Open the email on a computer or another mobile device, click the link and see the location of the device on Google Maps.
3.) Compass Tracking - If you have Last Alert installed on a second device (iOS or Android), configure the alert messages on the first device to be sent there.
You can then use the apps built-in compass to point you to the last known coordinates of the missing device. (Go 15ft Northeast, etc.,)
Last Alert compares locations between the two devices, including elevation to help you determine if the missing device is on another floor of your house. Includes a sonar-style "ping" that increases as you get closer.
Yes, there are other battery apps out there, and yes there are plenty of GPS apps as well. But nothing that provides all this functionality to help you find your missing Droid when the battery runs down. Kind of like good car insurance...you will really appreciate it when you need it.***
* This app will need to be launched manually, but then will run in the background.
**The accuracy of both the map and compass features are reliant on the coordinates provided by your droid device. Average accuracy varies between 5ft-20ft. Weak or obstructed signals, and other environmental limitations may further degrade accuracy. Regardless, we will at least attempt to provide you with a starting point to begin the hunt.