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This app is like the Pinterest of personal safety apps

In a article published by The Huffington Post , Safetipin has been mentioned as one of the most relevant Safety Apps . This was in reference to a article "7 Apps And Devices That Help Indian Women Be Safer". Further author  elaborated that "there are literally dozens of apps out there released after the Nirybhaya rape incident in 2012, but many of them haven’t seen an update for over a year. To keep this roundup relevant, we’ve narrowed it down to apps that have been updated in the last 3 months" The author narrowed down 6 other apps along with Safetipin among the most relevant Safety apps that helps Indian Women be Safer. For Safetipin here is what author has to say "This app is like the Pinterest of personal safety apps - apart from GPS tracking and alarm features, the user community updates and informs you on how safe an area is. The directory option helps you find emergency location numbers."

Safetipin has the potential to make our cities and towns safer-YourStory

In a article carried out by Yourstory( media platform for entrepreneurs) to review Safetipin app , the reviewer gave thumps up to the Safetipin app stating "The app is simple, easy to use with pleasing UI and UX. The app empowers users to help others in their city or town and also receive help from other in case of emergencies. I was able to try out all the features and was satisfied with the results. Even features like the ‘Safety Score’ which is calculated based on crowd sourced data seemed right, based on my general knowledge and past experiences at those places" Also in their final verdict the website stated that the solution has the potential to make our cities and town safer. For detail review ,read the article here

Ashish Basu on Safetipin features, safety audits and future plans.

In an interview, Ashish Basu (founder of Safetipin) shared his vision about safetipin and also explained in detail about features of the app.

Anju D. Pandey at SafetiPin Mobile Safety App launch

Anju D. Pandey, Programme Officer, Ending Violence Against Women, speaking at SafetiPin mobile safety app launch.

Ms Suneeta Dhar at SafetiPin Mobile Safety App launch

Ms Suneeta Dhar, Secretary and Director, Jagori, speaking at SafetiPin mobile safety app launch.

Mrs Rashmi Singh at SafetiPin Mobile Safety App launch

Mrs Rashmi Singh, Executive Director, National Mission for Empowerment of Women, speaking at SafetiPin mobile safety app launch.

Susmit Sen at SafetiPin Mobile Safety App Launch

Susmit Sen speaking at SafetiPin mobile safety app launch.

A G K Menon at SafetiPin Mobile Safety App Launch

SafetiPin Mobile Safety App launchA G K Menon, architect, urban planner and conservation consultant speaking.  

Nandita Das at SafetiPin Mobile Safety App Launch

Nandita Das speaking at SafetiPin mobile safety app launch.