Losing a cellphone could be very frustrating. Not only it means loss of the device but also valuable information like contacts, messages and other such data.
If you own an Android phone then iTag is a software you should try out. It can track and find a lost Android phone, even if the phone’s SIM card has been changed. Although they say that it is for all GPS wireless phones, the operating system selection menu has Android only, so we’d assume that it is currently only for Android customers.
You can do various things with the help of this tool. You can view the location of your lost phone in a map and also ring it from your online dashboard.
If you fail to find your phone then you could backup and delete information remotely. If a new SIM card is inserted, the number shows up on the site. And if the phone’s battery is about to die, it’s location is sent to the site immediately.
To use this service, you have to go to iTag website and enter your mobile number. Select the operating system of your mobile (currently, only Android) and click the “Get iTag” button. A download link will be sent to your mobile. You can download and install the app on your mobile phone. Now come back to the website and verify your account by entering your email id and mobile number, and start tracking your mobile.
The video below shows iTag in action.
Track your Android cell phone on map.
Make a call to your phone remotely.
Take a backup, lock the keys, delete data of your phone remotely.
Free to download.
View the location of your friends and send SMS to those who are using the same app (approval is required).
View new SIM number inserted on your cell.
Check out iTag to track and recover your Android phone.
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