Tap-In is the safety net you set for yourself, on your own terms.

Whether you're going hiking alone, on a blind date or on a trip with friends, use Tap-In to designate your in case of emergency contact and when you'll check-in to let them know you are safe.

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Define your safety in your own way

Depending on what you’re planning to do, you’ll need different safety measures put in place. Tap-In helps you define your plan, your contacts in case of emergency and the schedule on which you want to check in with them.

Have as many contacts in case of emergency as you need

You want to put your safety in the hands of different people, depending on the context you’re in. Tap-In has you covered, letting you to add as many in case of emergency contacts as you want, for any plans you make.

Only you can Tap-In

Tap-In rejects repeated check ins from your phone when it’s unable to identify you. So never worry that losing your phone or handing it to strangers can come in the way of checking in with your loved ones.

Create your plans and schedule your check-ins

With Tap-In, you can create countless plans where you define the where, when and how of your activity. Whether it’s hiking, a blind date or a solo trip, schedule your check-ins and when you want your emergency contacts to be notified of any problems. 

Define your action plan in the event of an emergency

Each plan you create includes the steps you want to be taken in case of an emergency. When do you want your emergency contact to be notified of any problems? What should they do next? When should emergency services be contacted? You decide, and Tap-In makes sure your safety net is there to catch you.

Use fingerprint ID to your benefit

Do you want to be the only one able to Tap-In? Would you like to let a member of your group Tap-In in your stead? Set within the application how often you should Tap-In with your fingerprint ID, so your emergency contact can know when you’ve stopped checking in.