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EmergenSee App

EmergenSee App on Shark Tank

Personal Security App - Episode 604 - October 24, 2014

Emergency Help App seen on 10-24-2014
EmergenSee App coming to the Shark Tank
in Episode 604.
Personal Security Device for Smart Phones
 If there is a single App having the potential to stop a crime before it happens, this EmergenSee App has to be at the top of the list. Just the thought of this new technology activated with a single click on a smart phone, would be enough to stop most people from doing something they will regret.

Once the EmergerSee App activates, an instant live audio and video feed is sent to a pre-determined list of contacts with your exact location via GPS. Even if the threat takes away your smartphone, it's all ready to late, you have them on multiple audio/video feeds, and the authorities are on the way. Yes, I do believe the future of emergency apps has finally evolved to the point its a "must have personal security device" that could potentially stop a crime from being committed in the first place.

The entrepreneurs behind the EmergenSee App is Jason Friedberg and Phil Reitnour, who will be demonstrating all the built-in emergency features on the Shark Tank Show in episode 604. Another cool built-in feature they invented is the "Virtual Escort" that activates the emergency app after a predetermined amount of time. When going from point A to point B, you simply program your Virtual Escort to allow you enough time to get there. Obviously you'd already have the App ready to go in case of an emergency, but with the Virtual Escort you have an additional layer of personal security during that time.

EmergenSee before Shark Tank Update

The more I keep thinking about this personal security device, the more I'm convinced this technology should be available in All smart phones. Sure, there's several other apps already on the market, but the EmergenSee App is the only one (I could find) that instantly streams audio and video to several locations as the incident is occurring.

You can download the Emergency App at iTunes and Google Play for free, which seems like a very good price for this type of technology. Obviously for the Sharks to invest in anything, there must be a clear-cut strategy to massively grow the product and make a decent profit along the way.

The Free EmergenSee App also has an option to include a monitoring service on-call 24 hours a day for only $8.99/ month. Your Family or Friends may not be in a position to immediately respond to an emergency, especially in the middle of the night. But knowing a Professional Emergency Trained Monitor will instantly be watching in real time and notify the proper authorities of your exact location, seems like a very reasonable price for this added security.

Personally I think all the Sharks in the Tank are going to like the EmergenSee App, and wouldn't be surprised if most of them already downloaded it on their smart phones. As far as investing in this personal emergency app, this one might be a little tricky depending on the valuation Reitnour and Friedburg put on this relatively new business.

Will these entrepreneurs value this technology too high with "future subscription projections" which certainly would be tempting, especially after this episode of the Shark Tank airs? Or have the Emergency App inventors done their homework from past App makers that appeared on the Shark Tank, and realize what it's going to take to close this type of a deal?

With so much future potential, this is one set of negotiations I'm very much looking forward to seeing what happens on this Brand New Shark Tank Episode 604. It's also good to see they're actively posting on the social media sites about their appearance on the Show, which is sometimes a good clue if they actually secured a deal.

EmergenSee Website
EmergenSee App on iTunes
EmergenSee App on Google Play


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