Noonlight - formerly SafeTrek

Noonlight - formerly SafeTrek

By SafeTrek, Inc.

  • Category: Lifestyle
  • Release Date: 2013-10-05
  • Current Version: 2.12.1
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 135.23 MB
  • Developer: SafeTrek, Inc.
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 8.0 or later.
Score: 4.5
4.5
From 10,056 Ratings

Description

Have you ever been in a situation where you question whether it’s dangerous enough to call 911? Instead of worrying yourself with indecision, use Noonlight. Noonlight uses advanced technology to get emergency help to your exact location with just the release of a button. It can be used in moments where you simply feel unsafe, as well as moments where you need immediate emergency help. Here’s how simple it is: 1. Press and hold the button whenever you feel uneasy. 2. Release the button when you have reached your home, car, or a safe destination and enter your 4-digit pin. 3. In danger? Simply release the button and do not enter your pin. Your local police will be notified of your location and emergency. Free Features: • Meeting a stranger? See something suspicious? Now you can tell Noonlight! Simply add information to your Timeline and we’ll share important details with first responders in an emergency. • Connect your Health profile so first responders have more info to better help you in an emergency. • Connect your Lyft account to send your trip and driver information to first responders when you trigger a Noonlight alarm. • Prefer texting? If you can’t talk in an emergency, you can still communicate with us via text. • Can’t text or talk? No worries, we’re still sending help to your exact location. • On the move? We update your location even if you’re in a taxi, bus, running, or walking. • In a panic? Add the Noonlight widget to “Send help!” directly from your lock screen. • On-call team of friendly, certified dispatchers ready 24/7/365 to get you help, asap. Premium Features: • Automatic Crash Response: Using the accelerometer, GPS, and gyroscope on your phone, Noonlight can detect if you’ve been in a car accident and automatically send first responders to your location. Our software has been thoroughly tested in BMW’s crash test facility. • Apple Watch: Get emergency help from your smartwatch. In an emergency, tap “Send help!“ to trigger an alarm. We’ll text and call to verify you need help. If you’re unable to answer, we’ll still send help to your location. • Wear OS: Get emergency help from your smartwatch using timer mode or panic mode. Here’s how: In an emergency, tap Trigger alarm. We’ll text and call to verify you need help. If you’re unable to answer, we’ll still send help to your location. Or set the timer, and we’ll send help if you don’t enter your PIN when time’s up. • Alexa Skill: Need help, but can’t reach your phone? We’ll automatically send help when you say “Alexa, tell SafeTrek* to send help!” *Pending update to “Noonlight” • Nest Protect Integration: Do you have pets or precious cargo at home? We’ll automatically send help when your Nest Protect detects heavy smoke or carbon monoxide. False alarm? Just cancel via text or call. • IFTTT Integrations: From home security to voice commands, Noonlight can send smarter, faster help in an emergency. If you choose to upgrade to Noonlight Premium, you’ll get unlimited access to all Premium safety features and integrations. Payment will be charged to your iTunes account at confirmation of purchase, and will automatically renew at the end of each monthly period. You can turn off auto-renewal at any time from your account settings, but refunds will not be provided for any unused portion of the current period. Please note, if you wish to avoid auto-renewal, you must turn it off at least 24 hours prior to the end of the current period. We take the satisfaction and safety of our customers very seriously. Please check out our reviews to see how Noonlight is helping people just like you! Noonlight's Terms of Use: https://noonlight.com/terms Noonlight's Privacy Policy: https://noonlight.com/privacy Note: Continued use of GPS running in the background can dramatically decrease battery life. Noonlight will only use your GPS location in the background if you have an active alert.

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Reviews

  • Accidentally pressed the button

    5
    By Yuliya2009
    Accidentally pressed the button - received a call they were sending police. Thanks for checking on me and apologies for accidentally pressing the button! Will know it works when needed.
  • Awesome app

    5
    By Indul16
    Simply great
  • Everyone needs this app

    5
    By LaurenCH98
    Man or woman, you need this app!! This is such a great app that helps you stay safe.
  • Thank u I’m ok sorry butt got bush by my son

    5
    By sweetnonmy 11111987
    Thank u so much if I did not have u I would not have made it to the ER u guys help out lot
  • Really good and reliable. Works well. Just tested it.

    5
    By ROSAF_Savage2
    This app is rlly helpful. I was walking to target alone in the dark and when someone passed by me, I opened this app and I felt safer.
  • Amazing customer service

    5
    By _melmarshy
    A few days after downloading the app, I got a message asking if I have any questions about the app, and I thought it was really sweet. 10/10 would recommend, amazing app
  • Accidentally tapped the app and Voila!

    5
    By count on app
    I accidentally tapped the app and immediately I received a message & a phone call reassuring my safely. That was super quick! I felt bad It was an accident but now I know I can count on this app to come to my assistance immediately! Amazing!
  • I’m fine I’m so sorry, but I’m so glad your there if needed

    5
    By 10/4
    Sorry butt dial
  • Lydia

    5
    By lyrowil
    They are the BEST. Thank you for keeping me safe.
  • Safer walks

    5
    By NervousCampusWalker
    I have to walk across campus most week nights. And even just recently we had an assault near campus, and it’s very concerning. Having this in my hand as I walk really relieves a lot of anxiety. I’m still careful, but it’s good to know someone’s going to know if something happens.

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