The iMatter app has been developed to help young women understand the warning signs of abusive and controlling behaviour in relationships as well as promote healthy self-esteem. The aim is to build resilience, to educate about disrespect and intimate partner violence and to promote conversations among young people about healthy relationship behaviour. Users can share content, save content to their phone and learn how to recognise and address controlling/abusive behaviour and gender inequality, as well as support others who are experiencing violence.
Guardly delivers personal safety and security to individuals by transforming their mobile devices into smart personal emergency phones. Simply launching our safety apps will transmit real-time GPS location and indoor location within buildings (for select enterprise customers), and provide two-way communication with private security, 911 authorities and safety groups.
bSafe is a personal safety app designed to keep you and your friends safer 24/7. It’s packed with features for both everyday safety and real emergencies, making it the ultimate safety tool for you and everyone you love. bSafe puts safety in YOUR hands
If you’re in trouble and need to notify your emergency contacts, press your power button 5 times(within 2 seconds)! All you have to do is set emergency contact/s and your phone will send them an Emergency Text Message (SMS) with a preset message. Your location will always be a part of your Emergency SMS, whether or not your GPS or Internet is on. If neither are turned on, the Emergency SMS will include your approximate latitude and longitude from your mobile operator network.
Smart-Safe is an app that deters violence, by capturing photos, voice prints, video of the would be attacker, and sounding warnings in multiple languages, with flashing lights to attract the attention of others. It can equally be used in stealth mode to record sexual harassment, bullying or violence.
A single tap or shake sets off a piercing alarm, but it secretly starts recording video of your attacker on your phone so they can be identified later. Panic Guard also tracks your location as soon as the alarm is activated and sends your coordinates to your preselected contacts and police, so even if you book it away from the scene, they can still find you.
With a single touch, this app sends your location to people you’ve preselected as emergency contacts. And if you sense something fishy could happen, On Watch lets you set an alarm that sends a text and location to your contacts when the countdown hits zero.
This app is a rape whistle, a quick tap or shake sets off a blaring alarm, and the app sends your preset emergency contacts an email with a Google map of your exact location.
Winner of the White House’s Apps Against Abuse contest, this free app helps you escape a tricky situation before it escalates into something life-threatening: Tap the phone icon, for example, and a text goes out to your preset “circle” of six emergency contacts telling them you need a ride home. Tap the phone icon, say if you’re cornered at a party by a creepy guy, and your circle gets a message asking them to call you back and fake an interruption.