With the advent of the Android to the middle class it has started to have a significant impact on our lives, we have started storing important personal and professional information on our Android and hence we cannot afford to loose our Android to a complete stranger because they might use the same for different purposes. So here we are today to discuss about an a pp that can be used to track your lost Android. This one is called the Android lot app and has been developed by Theis Borg. This one is used to remotely access your Android phone from the internet and lock the same, you can even find your Android’s location on the Google maps.
Here is how to go about using this ap:
- Firstly you would need to download and install the app from the marketplace the download link for the same has been attached to the bottom of this post.
- Secondly you need to create an account for the same in the official website of the Androidlost.com and register your phone with them.
- You will need to login to their website again and get the confirmation message that your device is hooked up on their servers.
All you have to do is to enable the app on your Android and log onto the website whenever you think that your device has been lost, the registered device can be tracked down and even remotely locked using this app. Once your device is tracked the app website shall display the location of the device on a map along with options for locking the device remotely. You can select the options and the device can be locked remotely. Once done you can the the police to the location along with the IMEI number and your insurance papers as well. However, statutory warning is to always take polica along with you while going to get your phone back.
So there it is guys hope you liked the review please do not forget to let us know of your opinions about the same in the comments section below. Here are the details about the Android lost App from the Gogle Play marketplace.
File Size: 129K
Requires: Android 2.2 and up
Download Link: Android Lost
Official Website: Androidlost.com