Apps that can save your life

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DENVER — Have you ever been walking alone and suddenly wished that your family and friends as well as the police could know your exact location?

There are life-saving apps that promise to help protect you anywhere.

Caitlyn Vasko is a college sophomore who commutes to class. Her best friend, Genevieve Grier, takes the bus daily to get to campus.

But these women are not alone. Thanks to life-saving apps that use GPS technology, you can one’s location using Companion.

You pick the people and it shows them your exact location. The app will even send them a text if you start running, drop your phone or have your headphones yanked out.

Companion app for iOS

Companion app for Android

LifeLine Response app for iOS

LifeLine Response app for Android

Two taps on the Circle of Six app  gives you six of your chosen contacts who will know where you are and how they can help.

The LifeLine Response app not only tracks you but it becomes your personal alarm. And it instantly calls the police if you remove your thumb from the screen.

Circle 6 app for iOS

Circle 6 app for Android

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