Find Your Lost Android Phone with iTag

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Now you can easily find you stolen or Lost Android Phone with the help of iTag.  Losing a cellphone means not only loss of the device but also valuable information like contacts, messages and other such data. Android smartphone owners just got a new cool app for the lost and stolen Phones.


Free app/service iTag can locate missing Android phones. iTag is a free website that gives users ways to locate their Lost Android Phone.

As per official website

iTag is a FREE Award Winning service to locate and protect your lost or stolen phone. View your cell phone’s location, make it ring from the website even if it set to silent or vibrate, lock the keys, back up your contacts, delete the information on the phone and MORE!

The iTag service can track and locate a lost or stolen Android phones. An iTag application which is available in the Android Market runs in the background so the service knows your handset’s location as needed, courtesy of the GPS radio in the phone.

How it works

You need to login to the iTag website and enter your mobile number. Select the OS which is Android for now and click the “Get iTag” button. You will get the download link on you cell phone.  Now you can download and install the app on your mobile phone. Now come back to the iTag’s website and verify your account by entering your email id and phone number. That’s it now start tracking your mobile.

iTag in Action

iTag service is absolutely free and currently it’s available for Android-based phones. If you are one of android phone user then I will suggest you to use this service.  You can visit their official website to know more about the service and Lost Android Phone.


Vishal Gaikar

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Vishal Gaikar is a professional blogger from Pune, India. If you like this post, you can follow him on Twitter.

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