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A free app that could save your life

Editor's review Page 2 of 3

Published 24 Jul 2015

[cont'd] out to be Johnny Depp or Bill Cosby. Whether it be a potential mugger on the street, an intruder in your home, someone who could assault you or that blind date that goes wrong, you just have to point your camera phone at the person and click the big 'Take SnapMail Photo' on your screen. With a single click of the button you can take a photo of the perpetrator and automatically email it to your email address as well as storing it securely in your SnapMail website account. All photos are time stamped and date stamped as well being imprinted with a precise GPS location of where the photo was taken. If your attacker is foolish enough to continue with the crime, the chances of them being caught increases greatly if their photo has been captured with a time, date and geolocation stamp. Even if the criminal steals your phone or something worse, the photo record survives in a secure independent location. For legal purposes, its gonna be very difficult for an attacker to claim an alibi when their photo is plastered all over SnapMail.

As I said before, it would be tragic if you actually had to use an app like this one. But, as with the insurance industry, it's great to have it at your disposal if and when you need it. Unlike insurance however, the basic version of SnapMail is completely free - though there is a paid version that includes all the free...