The Phone Tracker is a tool that allows you to track the location of other phones. Now you can follow the movements of a friend, your spouse, your child, or a co-worker from your own iPhone or Android.

The Phone Tracker combines the robust GPS functionality of mobile phones and internet mapping with a secure, permission-based solution that allows people to follow each other.

FEATURES
  • Locate another person and view his/her movements during the previous day.
  • Permission based system allows/denies other users to follow you.
  • Background GPS options to reduce battery usage.
  • Instant blocking of individual(s) to know your location.
  • Simple registration process.
USES
  • Follow a child's movements throughout the day.
  • Know where a family member is at any time.
  • Track an employee's movement during work hours.
  • Locate friends.
SUPPORT QUESTIONS
  • Someone's location is old and shows where they were three days ago, what is wrong?
    • This is likely due to the app not running anymore. This occurs when the phone is rebooted or when it shuts down due to a drained battery. Simply have them open their Phone Tracker app for a few seconds and it will begin tracking them again.

  • I did not receive my registration code...what happened?
    • Either you entered in an incorrect email address or our registration email is in your SPAM folder.

  • Does the Phone Tracker follow me if it is running in the background?
    • The app is tracking you when it is the active app AND when it is in the background.

  • If I'm using an iPhone, can I follow someone using an Android?
    • Yes! This app is 100% cross-platform betwen iPhones and Androids.

  • If I change phones, do I need to re-add all my contacts?
    • No. If you register with the same address, all your contacts will be copied to your new phone.

  • Can I register two phones with the same email address?
    • No. Each phone must be registered with a unique email address.

  • Can I follow someone without them knowing or without their permission?
    • No, that is illegal.