Find your lost/stolen IPHONE with IHOUND


First things first, I know I am writing about a software which is there for quite a long time, beginning days of iphone, but according to my view, iphone became more prominent and spread lately so it’s worth while writing about something which can be truly advantageous ,even if it is old, to many who have been to iphone ship ‘lately’. OK, let’s get started then. As the title suggests, the software is going to help you recover your stolen phone. It uses GPS or a WIFI signal to send the coordinates to you. Yes, coordinates! which means you can pin point the device on a Satellite Map.


image: iphone location trapped

Other than that, you can even send messages to the iphone requesting the thief to return it for some cash. Funny stuff! but you can do it. Who knows, if the deal is successful ! Now one feature which I like is it’s alarm producing feature. So, if you lost your phone somewhere in the house and couldn’t find it, just don’t panic! Login to the iHound Software website and instruct your phone to make a sound for you. That’s special! right? What if the phone volume is low? Don’t worry, iHound is smart and this feature produces the sound at a full volume.

The following video shows some hands-on, have a look!

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  • Jean Husenaj says:

    Haha, your site formats perfectly on my new iPhone, didnt look quite right on my old phone

  • Erin Crawford says:

    Pretty good post. I just stumbled upon your blog and wanted to say that I have really enjoyed reading your blog posts. Any way I’ll be subscribing to your feed and I hope you post again soon.

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