Life360 is a useful app for families to stay connected and ensure safety. However, some users have reported issues with app performance and accuracy. There are concerns about privacy and the negative effects of constantly monitoring children. The crash detection feature has received mixed reviews, with some users experiencing delays in receiving notifications. Despite its flaws, Life360 provides peace of mind for many families by allowing them to track the location of their loved ones.Best for
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The app seems to be less accurate than when I first started using it. I get notifications 30-60 minutes after a trip has been completed at times.
Even helps me fine my wife in the store
I know this app isn’t going anywhere, so I had to do the lowest stats possible because it’s more noticeable. If you’re a parent and you are requiring your kids to have this app, I understand it’s easier to just quickly check this rather than texting “wya” every hour knowing your kid is safe.
Here is how NOT to use the app:
1. DONT constantly mention, that you use this app to monitor your children’s behavior to your children or infront of them.
Honestly it is one of the quickest ways to lose your child’s trust because they will feel like you’re God and always watching, which will make them resent you and find ways to tamper with their location, which is honestly more dangerous than you not having their location in the first place.
2. DONT use Life360 as a means to get your child in trouble over little things. Only use this if it involves legal or legitimately scandalous stuff, really pick your battles because it’s really not worth jeopardizing your relationship in order to criticize everything your child does wrong. You have your nicks too let’s not forget that.
3. Even if you can’t trust your kids, try to find a way to make them value your trust, because that’s what makes relationships really work. You can’t just assume that, and you can’t just straight up ask from a place of authority, you really gotta make them feel safe.
Anyways I’m done, hope someone reads this and it helps
With the crash detection on, my son hit a wall at 70-80 mph. Life360 detected “hard braking.”
It also said there was phone usage before the crash, so I paid for a subscription to see the details of the phone usage. As soon as I paid, it said no phone usage was detected.
His top speed was 95mph. After paying for the subscription, the details of his two “high speed” reports both only say, “Any speed over 80mph is reported as a high speed.”
Definitely not worth $14.99 a month.
I was in a car accident yesterday. Everyone in my circle got the notification and immediately started reaching out to make sure that everyone was okay. And if we needed anything. I see and hear parents say it’s a good way to keep tabs on your child, but it’s actually helpful in a better way!
I have an I phone 14 and my life360 is up to date, even when I have three bars or even 5G the app takes realistically 3 mins to just get off then I do and it lags and glitches sometimes even kicking me out, this needs fixed now.
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