The safe way to go Pokémon GO hunting

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Pokémon GO is a gaming phenomenon, and it has opened up huge possibilities for AR (augmented reality) type games. For those who may not have heard yet, Pokémon GO is revolutionizing gaming by drawing millions of new players into the great outdoors. The premise of the game is to physically find and collect all the… Read more »

Major Life360 Updates! (3) new ways for busy families to feel safe, coordinate schedules, and stay connected

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We’ve combined the most requested features with industry-leading Life360 location and safety tech into our largest update ever: Quick tap on “?” to request check-in. Quick tap on “heart” to say “glad you made it”. View current battery life for each device in your circle.  Still free! (Take a look at the new Life360 premium features)      

Real Life360

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Our hearts with 9 injured in Mon derailment in Sunol, CA. Relieved that passengers were able to use location to alert 1st responders. The Life360 family wishes all involved in the accident a speedy recovery.     After the devastation caused by Hurricane Katrina, the idea for Life360 was born from the realization that technology could have assisted… Read more »

Piper Teams Up With Life360 To Bring You ‘Smart Arming’

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Piper users are always looking for smart and efficient ways to protect their families and we at Piper are constantly researching and implementing improvements to make the Piper home security system better. Over the past few months we have introduced a slew of new products — including water sensors and connected light bulbs available through… Read more »

When It’s More than Just a Bad Mood

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May is Mental Health month, so we invited Yolanda M. Gordon from Lesser Known Feats of Awesomeness to post about her daughter’s story. This is an important topic that we all need to pay attention to in our children and loved ones. She was thirteen when she began to spiral and I did not recognize… Read more »

Why I gave my son a cell phone at 10 years old

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We are excited to have guest poster Lucinda Watrous, sharing why she and her husband decided that ten was the right age to give their son his first cell phone. As we shared on our Age of Independence survey, only 13% of surveyed parents thought that 7-10 was the right age for a first phone… Read more »

Spring cleaning tips for your digital devices

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Lots of people take advantage of this time of year to declutter the house, air everything out after the long winter, and get everything clean and fresh for spring. Well, the same applies to your devices, and this is a great time to do just that. We’ve got a few suggestions of things that you… Read more »

Life360 families and the age of independence

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Times have changed a lot since today’s parents were children, there’s no doubting that. There was an article floating around a while back, with a “First Grade Readiness Checklist” that had been published in 1979. Several of the items were pretty simple and to be expected of today’s first graders, like the ability to tell… Read more »

iOS follow-up for our users

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Dear Users, We wanted to update those of you who experienced the bug this weekend which sent a message asking you to sign up for our Premium offering. As part of the fix for that issue, we disabled our Premium sign ups temporarily. We have a fix, but in order to turn Premium back on,… Read more »