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TrackN Family Location services Mobile

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Price: $14.82

Rating: 2.14/5 (14 votes)


“You want a message when your kids leave school? View user locations from your phone? Then use this app”

Any network, any country ~ so much more than just an app ~ Limited BETA accounts ~ Download now!

Do you want to know when the kids arrive at school? ? Do you want to review where the kids are playing with Streetview?

Family travelling overseas and want to know they in a safe location? ? Want a service that works on any network in any country? ? How about an SOS button that can tell you the users location? ? all of this and so much more with the TrackN system!

Combining your existing mobile phone, the internet and modern location techniques, TrackN offers an affordable solution for you and your family.

*What Customers Are Saying*

Really great app *****     

I took this for a test drive in my car, cool to review the path on the website with streetview.

- Tommy Glen

Gets better each update      

I tried it driving, biking, and running. I like that you can install on kids phone to alert me when they get home from school. Had chat with customer support some cool new features coming. Hurry with new updates guys!

- Anne Robenson

Love the app

TrackN installs easy after activating account. The user guide helps, but vids on youtube explain the system well. I love to see the online system where all of my data is managed.

- N.Kirk


*We’re adding features and improving weekly*


TrackN ~ family support tool: Lone user safety, Live Locations, alerts on departures and arrivals. ? TrackN ~ shows yours & your families positions at…

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