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Google can recognize accident and call emergency number with app

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Google is working on an app that recognizes when the car in which the phone is located crashes. Personal Safety has been discovered by XDA Developers in the Play Store.

When a car crashes, the smartphone recognizes, according to the leaked description, that an accident has occurred and then triggers a loud alarm. If the user does not type the message on the screen of the smartphone, the phone automatically calls the emergency number.

If the user is unable to make a call, he can also use the app to select which emergency service he needs using a button in the app. Contacts can also be added to alert you in the event of an accident.

The app is not yet available and for the time being it only seems to be an app for the Pixel phone, the smartphone made by Google itself. In addition, Personal Safety currently only works in the United States. Google has not yet officially announced the app and it is not known whether the tech giant plans to release the app worldwide.

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