By Joe Levi | October 18, 2011 5:57 PM
Halloween is one of my favorite holidays. Over here in the States, we dress our children up in costumes, then send them around the neighborhood, knocking on doors to receive candy. At the same time we, as parents, usually stay home to hand out candy to others as they come knocking at our door.
As the night grows on and the kids haven’t made their way home, it might cause some anxiety to build up, not knowing where the kids are.
If you kid has an Android-powered smartphone and this new app, you might be able to get by with a little less anxiety this Halloween.
According to the developer, “Trick-or-Tracker enables parents to know the exact whereabouts of their trick-or-treating” children using the GPS and data features of their Android-powered smartphone.
Parents can then locate a trick-or-treater by pressing the “Where’s my kid” button on their smartphone.
In case the kids get lost, they can press a “Where am I?” button on their phone.
Download Trick-or-Tracker for US$4.99 from the author’s website: Iconosys.com