ITag Helps You Find Lost Or Stolen Phones

Posted: Mar 24 2010, 11:00am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 8:11pm CDT, in News | Mobile Phones

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I am generally a tolerant person. There is one type of person that I really don’t line though -- a thief. I think you should be able to use thief's sensitive parts as a piñata once they are stolen. That way they might think twice about it and if not we can recognize them by the limp and the lack of children. If you want to protect your shiny new smartphone, iTag has just launched and promises to do just that.

iTag is a free service that helps users to protect their device and can show you on a map where your phone is if it is lost or stolen. If it's lost in your house though, it's not going to tell you it's under the couch cushion or in the stove of your 5-year-old daughters play kitchen.

The service is free with premium feature for the first 10,000 people who register. Features include the ability to lock keys so no one can use the device. You can back up and restore your address book with the app. You can also send a message to a friend closest to the lost device to get instant payback… I mean to get them to go look for it. You can even make the device ring if it is on vibrate. iTag sounds pretty cool for a free service.

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