Available on Both iOS and Android, the Leader in Temporary Location Sharing Provides Free, Real-Time Tracking of Ghosts and Goblins
SEATTLE, WA--(Marketwired - Oct 20, 2015) - Glympse, the pioneer of temporary location sharing technology, today released a new version of the company's popular Halloween app, Track & Treat. With Track & Treat, parents have an easy, simple way to keep an eye on their kids as they haunt the neighborhood, allowing them to track their child's movements in real time this Halloween.
"We know safety is a primary concern for parents this time of year, whether struggling with the decision of allowing kids to trick-or-treat solo, or simply wanting to keep tabs on the evening with friends," said Monica Depiesse, creative director, Glympse. "By applying our industry leading technology to this fun, user-friendly app, we're providing parents the peace of mind to enjoy the holiday, while allowing them the opportunity to give their kids a sense of independence."
The free app allows a parent to quickly and easily share a location. With Track & Treat in hand, families can now enjoy the night while utilizing the technology to:
The Track & Treat app was built by the same great mind's behind the leading app for temporary location sharing, Glympse. The technology is also available through Glympse partners that include Blackberry, BMW/MINI, Ford, Garmin, GM, Land Rover, Mercedes, Samsung and Verizon.
Glympse™ is the pioneer of person-to-person time-based location sharing technology. With an intuitive design and enhanced features, the company easily integrates location sharing into everyday activities, meetings and events. Glympse has partnered with many top-tier companies, including Blackberry, BMW/MINI, Ford, Garmin, GM, Gogo Inflight, Kik, Jaguar Land Rover, Mercedes, NAVIGON, Pebble, Samsung and Verizon, to integrate the Glympse brand and enterprise platform into their own products and applications. The company is backed by Menlo Ventures, Ignition Partners, Verizon Ventures, Naya Ventures and UMC Capital.