Falak Hyat (April 8, 2014)
Hemayati, a new free smart phone App has been introduced in the Apple store, which lets parents keep a close check on their children.
Hemayati, which means ‘my protection’ in Arabic, has been launched by the Ministry of Interior’s Child Protection Centre.
The App provides its customers, the parents, with the service of staying connected with their children in real time and provides alerts for emergencies and details on where the children are at a particular time. This App will give control to customers and deliver a convenient experience while checking up on their children.
Hemayati is available at Google Play store for Android smartphones and tablets, for customers to download and benefit from.
Major General Nasser Lakhrebani Al Nuaimi, Secretary-General of the Office of the Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Interior, and chairman of the Higher Committee on Child Protection, shed light on the importance of such an App and the goal of transforming UAE into the safest place on the globe. They aim to provide exceptional customer service to the people of the country, by working towards achieving quick response of four minutes to emergency calls.
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