The idea is to put all the data you need access to in one easy-to-find place.A free version called ICE i Emergency LITE is also available, but it allows parents to store only three profiles with limited information.
Using GPS in real time,, this app helps you keep track of and automatically locate where your child goes with his phone.
If he's traveling alone, you can confirm that he arrived at a specific destination, or if he's meeting up with friends, they can confirm each other's locations.
An optional subscription service is available for you to view and export GPS data from previous days.
(.99; i Phone, i Pad, Android)If you just moved to a new neighborhood, or are planning to, you can research any neighborhood with this app.
To be monitored, each room needs to have constantly running computers with webcams and the app's compatible software installed.
The app developer's website has full instructions (skjm.com/icam/support.php) and a very short list of cameras that are not supported.
You can make a donation via in-app purchasing to help reduce the company's server costs.
(.99; i Phone, i Pad, Android)Get real security with a complete system that includes mobile monitoring.
The database is stored on your phone for easy access, even when you can't go online.
(Free; i Phone, i Pad)Touted as the "next generation baby monitor" from Engadget, this camera/video app allows you to keep tabs on your baby's crib.
Simply activate your smartphone's GPS and connect to the National Sex Offender Registry to locate registered sex offenders and predators in the area.