I read about a new app that helps parents find their child if they have lost sight of it and thought I'd post about it here. It's called Find My Child is a smartphone app and alert network enabling parents to alert other parents in the local area should they lose sight of their child.
A parent can take a picture of their child before visiting a public place and if they are unlucky enough to lose sight of their child they can alert parents in the area, who have the app, and circulate a picture and an indication of where they were last seen. If a parent then spots the child they are able to contact the searching parent instantly, at the touch of a button, making them a true hero.
Find My Child was conceived by father of three and former BBC3 superhero ‘Sortitout-Man’ Colin Brewer, who in 2009 changed his name by Deed Poll to Happy Birthday. The app was then brought to life by reality TV expert RogerMoffatt, the innovator and software developer behind Big Brother series one in 2000.
The social helpwork Find My Child is free and available to download now from the Apple App Store. To find out more about Find My Child visit www.findmychild.co.uk or follow on Twitter @findmychildapp.