Noonlight - formerly SafeTrek

Noonlight - formerly SafeTrek for Pc

  • Category: Lifestyle
  • Last Updated: 2018-10-11
  • Current version: 2.9.1
  • File size: 100.79 MB
  • Developer: SafeTrek, Inc.
  • Compatibility: Requires Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 8.1 and Windows 10

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Downloading and installing Noonlight - formerly SafeTrek on your Windows PC

Download Noonlight - formerly SafeTrek for Windows: Noonlight - formerly SafeTrek is an Lifestyle App, developed by SafeTrek, Inc.. The Lifestyle App was officially released 2013-10-05. Today, it has gone through many interations by the developers - SafeTrek, Inc., with the latest current version being 2.9.1 which was officially released on 2018-10-11. As a testament to the app's popularity or lack thereof, it has gathered a total of 7,891 Reviews on the App Store alone, with an average user rating of 4.5 out of a possible 5.

Using Noonlight - formerly SafeTrek on your Windows computer is actually very easy but if you are new to this process, you will definitely need to pay attention to the steps listed below. This is because you will need to download and install a Desktop App emulator for your computer. We will help you download and install Noonlight - formerly SafeTrek on your computer in 4 simple steps below:

1: Download an Andriod Software emulator for Windows

The importance of the emulator is that it emulates or immitates an android environment on your computer, making it super easy to install and run android apps from the comfort of your PC without buying a phone that runs android. Who says you cannot enjoy both worlds? To begin, you can download such an emulator app made by too top dogs in the space.
A. Nox App . OR
B. Bluestacks App .
Personally, I recommend the "B" option as Bluestacks is very popular so if you run into any trobles using it, you can find good solutions on Google or Bing (lol). 

2: Now Install the Software Emulator on your Windows PC

If you successfully downloaded the Bluestacks.exe or Nox.exe, go to your Downloads folder on your computer or anywhere you ususally store downloaded files.
Once you have find it, click it to install the application. It should start the installation process on your PC.
Click Next to accept the EULA License agreement.
Follow the on screen directives in order to install the application.
If you do the above correctly, the Software will be successfully installed.

3: How to Use Noonlight - formerly SafeTrek for Windows PC - Windows 7/8 / 8.1 / 10

Now, open the Emulator application you have installed and locate the search bar. Now type Noonlight - formerly SafeTrek in the search bar and hit Search. You will easily see the app. Click on Noonlight - formerly SafeTrek application icon. A window of Noonlight - formerly SafeTrek will open and it will display the app in your Emulator Software. Hit the Install button and your application will start downloading. Now we are all done.
Next, you will see the "All Apps" icon.
Click on it and it will take you to a page containing all your installed applications.
You should see the Noonlight - formerly SafeTrek icon. Click on it and start using the application.

Hope it was not too difficult? If you have any further inquiries, contact me through the "Contact" link at the bottom of this page so I could help You. Have a nice day!

About Noonlight - formerly SafeTrek

Developer Description

Have you ever been in a situation where you question whether it’s dangerous enough to call 911? Instead of worrying yourself with indecision, use Noonlight. Noonlight uses advanced technology to get emergency help to your exact location with just the release of a button. It can be used in moments where you simply feel unsafe, as well as moments where you need immediate emergency help. Here’s how simple it is: 1. Press and hold the button whenever you feel uneasy. 2. Release the button when you have reached your home, car, or a safe destination and enter your 4-digit pin. 3. In danger? Simply release the button and do not enter your pin. Your local police will be notified of your location and emergency. Free Features: • Connect your Health profile so first responders have more info to better help you in an emergency. • Connect your Lyft account to send your trip and driver information to first responders when you trigger a Noonlight alarm. • Prefer texting? If you can’t talk in an emergency, you can still communicate with us via text. • Can’t text or talk? No worries, we’re still sending help to your exact location. • On the move? We update your location even if you’re in a taxi, bus, running, or walking. • In a panic? Add the Noonlight widget to “Send help!” directly from your lock screen. • On-call team of friendly, certified dispatchers ready 24/7/365 to get you help, asap. Premium Features: • Automatic Crash Response: Using the accelerometer, GPS, and gyroscope on your phone, Noonlight can detect if you’ve been in a car accident and automatically send first responders to your location. Our software has been thoroughly tested in BMW’s crash test facility. • Wear OS: Get emergency help from your smartwatch using timer mode or panic mode. Here’s how: In an emergency, tap Trigger alarm. We’ll text and call to verify you need help. If you’re unable to answer, we’ll still send help to your location. Or set the timer, and we’ll send help if you don’t enter your PIN when time’s up. • Alexa Skill: Need help, but can’t reach your phone? We’ll automatically send help when you say “Alexa, tell SafeTrek* to send help!” *Pending update to “Noonlight” • Nest Protect Integration: Do you have pets or precious cargo at home? We’ll automatically send help when your Nest Protect detects heavy smoke or carbon monoxide. False alarm? Just cancel via text or call. • IFTTT Integrations: From home security to voice commands, Noonlight can send smarter, faster help in an emergency. If you choose to upgrade to Noonlight Premium, you’ll get unlimited access to all Premium safety features and integrations. Payment will be charged to your iTunes account at confirmation of purchase, and will automatically renew at the end of each monthly period. You can turn off auto-renewal at any time from your account settings, but refunds will not be provided for any unused portion of the current period. Please note, if you wish to avoid auto-renewal, you must turn it off at least 24 hours prior to the end of the current period. We take the satisfaction and safety of our customers very seriously. Please check out our reviews to see how Noonlight is helping people just like you! Noonlight's Terms of Use: Noonlight's Privacy Policy: Note: Continued use of GPS running in the background can dramatically decrease battery life. Noonlight will only use your GPS location in the background if you have an active alert.

App Reviews

  • Safety concerns

    By kykysale
    I want to start off by saying how much I love this app and the security it gives me. I’ve had SafeTrek since the app was released a few years ago and it’s an app I believe everyone should have. The people who work for SafeTrek are kind, helpful, and have always been there to ensure my safety and answer any questions and concerns I have. The only reason I didn’t give it five stars is because I’ve noticed a safety concern. If you are holding down the “hold until safe” and you double click the home button (on an iPhone) to get to your open applications, you can close SafeTrek without entering the PIN, while holding the button. You can even close out of the app without entering your PIN after you’ve let go of the “hold until safe” after the 10 seconds which is when they contact authorities. Someone could be in danger and whoever the person is trying to hurt them could definitely get out of the app without the PIN being entered. Is it possible to make it so if the hold until safe is being used, if the application is closed or exited out of, it still sends an alert? Or sends a notification to your phone that the PIN needs to be entered? Or even if a Safetrek team member reached out to try and check out if everything’s okay. Just a suggestion! Other than that, this is an amazing app that helps a lot of people, myself included. Thank you SafeTrek for the security, safety, and support you provide!
  • Great app but...

    By Mybooty22222227
    So I had this app like two years ago and I made my pin two years ago. I know there’s an option to change your pin but I was in an Uber this morning and I didn’t get that far. I was holding down the button thinking I knew the pin . And I didn’t so I just close the app out before It can get down from the 10 seconds seeing how I wasn’t in any danger and didn’t want the authorities contacted. I’m 16 and now I’m sitting in an Uber scared to death that the police are being called and there’s nobody for me to call not even like a helpline for the app that I can talk to somebody who works there. There’s a chat section but they don’t get back quick enough so if there was a real problem and the police did show up it would’ve been useless. I still don’t know if the police are going to show up knocking on my door asking if I’m OK and I’m honestly really anxious about that. Overall it’s a great app and A great idea but they need to make a better contact way for me to talk to somebody for anyone else who is in the same situation or a similar situation to talk to somebody. Just in case something like this happens I don’t want to waste any of the police is time for something that I’m not in danger for. The reason why I thought I was in danger was because it Uber driver kept acting sketchy and going into dead ends but he ended up just being really lost.
  • Can’t find a better deal!

    By Chase090909
    You won’t find a better deal anywhere else on the entire App Store. This app is absolutely amazing for just $3 a month you get peace of mind! That’s awesome 😎 so many people are complaining because of the monthly charge... I thought it was going to be some insane price it’s $3 DOLLARS A MONTH you won’t find a better deal especially for what this app offers! Safety isn’t free and it never has been! Anyways, I love how when you activate the button for help you get a text but I don’t like the fact that the text is an automatic generated message I know this because I did the test twice and I got the exact same message so that’s not really all too great.. but as long as you can get help when needed is all that matters. Overall the app is amazing and you can’t beat the price even if you don’t walk alone a lot it’s great to just have you never know when you might need it god forbid..❤️❤️ This app makes me feel so safe it’s unreal! I absolutely am in love with it and the dispatchers are actually amazing they respond to you via text if there’s an issue and no, they’re not robots I thought at first they were too but no, it’s an actual person I’m so thankful to be able to have them with me 24/7!

    By KellyHeidi
    This should be something that comes with everyone's phone. I don't know why it isn't integrated as a standard app. If you don't have it you need to get it now. Whether you live in a city or rural area, there is a use for it, and at only $3 a month it's worth it. I am in NYC and live alone. I walk everywhere and deal with sketchy people on and off day and late night. I've sometimes felt uncomfortable and sometimes felt like I needed to get out of where I was immediately. I downloaded this and used it a little but it didn't do much for how I felt so I wasn't using it all the time. That all changed when by accident I set it off showing a friend how it worked and then I forgot my pin. I was immediately texted saying police were headed to my location. I cancelled the alarm and was responded back to by a REAL person. Where it gets awesome was later that night I got text messages checking up on me from real people making sure everything was still okay. After that I was sold. I use it everywhere I walk at night or anytime I feel like I have a sketchy Uber driver. I feel like people who aren't in a city could def use this like if your car breaks down or stranded somewhere. Get it now!
  • Safety isn’t free, but it used to be?

    By Shakensjaiwiiwi
    I’m very upset with this new “subscription” thing. I have used this app for at least two years, when it was safetrek. It left me feeling reassured in my college city when I needed it. I loved this app because I felt as if it protected those of us who need it most: people in abusive relationships, women living in large cities alone, visibly queer people in unsafe situations, etc. This app felt very altruistic. Unprotected groups of people benefitted from it, and they still had 24/7 call centers back then. I don’t really understand why they charge $36/year for something that I’ve literally never had to actually use to call someone to my location. It feels greedy, slimy, and bad. It doesn’t feel like someone trying to help protect at-risk groups anymore. The people working at the call centers deserve to be paid livable wages of course, but there are other ways to fund that. They did it before, why not now? Unfortunately will be deleting after two years of use. I used to recommend this app to all of my friends. Not going to pay $3/month for something I rarely use. If you can afford it and didn’t use the app when it was called Safetrek (and was free), by all means, download it and use it. But charging out of nowhere for this app means taking away that little bit of extra security for a lot of people. Leaves a bad taste in my mouth.

    By Checa1959
    After being assaulted and mugged by a stranger in the middle of the day I was left feeling unsafe and alone every waking moment. I thought I would never be able to walk by myself again! This app was one of the first things I did to regain control of my life. It helped me gain my independence back after such a terrifying event. I use this app all the time, whenever I am outside and alone or feeling vulnerable! I have recommended this app to so many people. It is truly worth every penny. To give you all an idea of the service provided: I accidentally triggered the alarm in my coat pocket while walking my dog and there was a police officer at my door within minutes. I told him about the app, apologized profusely, and said I must have clicked the button on accident! Sure enough, my phone was still in my coat pocket with the alarm triggered and a lot of texts and calls from SafeTrek asking if I was okay. I later got a text message from one of the founders asking if I was okay. I felt like I could not apologize enough for the false alarm, but they assured me that they were just glad I was safe! The level of personal service is truly amazing! This is a great company with a great purpose!!
  • My opinion

    By Dg11585
    Some of these reviews are just plain ridiculous. If you are in danger and you have the time to pull out your phone, search for an app, download it, launch the app, and set it up you should just call 911. ATTENTION this app is not supposed to be downloaded when you have an emergency you are supposed to download and set up before so when you have an emergency you just launch and press the button. That aside you DO pay for 911 check your phone bill there is a service charge. I would think this would be awesome if your cell provider could offer this and just put on your phone bill as you pay for 911 anyways but 3 dollars is not much a month it's 10 cents a day you can find that walking around. It's also a new app I'm sure once other companies invest maybe the 3 dollars will be lower however it's still a good price. I jog and I like the fact I can press a button while phone is on my pocket and get help instead of someone seeing me using my phone if they are following me. If 3 dollars is too steep for you ask your local police station if they have a texting option as some police stations have started this option if you are not able to talk.
  • This app is great, at times.

    By Theater geek 28374
    This app is seriously amazing! It makes you feel safe while taking you are taking your dog out if entering a seriously sketchy canoe shop. There are some issues. This app is not the best all of the time. On my old iPhone 6, the app takes way to long to launch, once it took seven seconds. Unlike apples new feature of clicking the lock button five times to send help, safe trek requires you to unlock your phone, look for the app, wait for it to launch, and press the button. I recommend putting the app on your dock for easy access. The worst thing that happened in this app was it crashed about two months ago. This is the absolute worst that could happen, especially in an a real emergency. It only crashed once, so I think they fixed the bug. The last thing wrong with the app is the integrations with other apps. For this, I will focus on the nest protect integration. When the nest detects high smoke / CO, it tells safe trek that there is an Emergency. Safe trek texts you and says something like this ”Your nest protect senses high smoke.” there is no way that I knew that this was safe trek. It should have said something like ” this is safetrek... ” or ”... Please respond so we know you're okay.” overall, safetrek makes you feel safe.
  • I am so glad something like this exists.

    By mjm1999
    I have not had to use this app yet, but after seeing an add for it, I immediately downloaded it! I frequently get stopped on the street sometimes by one guy, two or an entire group. I’ve been alone at night or even during the day and had cars full of guys stop and try talking to me, the list of uncomfortable interactions goes on and on. I feel I will be using this app very shortly. I think $3 a month is an AWESOME price for the AMAZING idea. I am a little disgusted by all of the comments saying “safety should be free”. Safety is NOT free, people buy pepper spray, guns, knives, and other things to protect themselves with. Even calling 911 is technically not free because you are paying your phone bill every month to be able to do that. Do you have a Netflix subscription? (Most likely) Do you go to Starbucks? (I would assume so) Most people pay for things monthly that they do not need, so paying $3 a month for something that could potentially save you life is nothing. The company that designed this app has to pay employees, it can’t be entirely out-of-pocket for them.
  • Worth the money

    By megand430
    Although I’m usually very hesitant to do any sort of monthly subscription, I think that it is necessary for me as a female college student. Whenever I have to walk anywhere on campus late at night, I just hold that button, and I immediately feel much safer. I also really like that they don’t send a police officer for every accidental button push. I set it off one time on accident, and they called to see if I was safe before sending the police. I REALLY like that, since I was nervous that I would accidentally call the cops on myself at some point. I do wish that it was free, but I also realize that they have very good reasons to charge money for it. I’ve tried all of the free alternatives, and I can honestly say that none of them can even compare. I recommend this to all of my friends. You can even give people a link for a free month so they can test it out! I also love that it can automatically post to Facebook if I set it off, so that my family and friends can know if I am ever in danger (not have to wait for the police to call or anything). I will never delete this app.