They might be wrinkly. They're probably affectionate. And they're furry and cute. They're your dogs, and if they ever get lost, there's an app for that.
"Finding Rover" is a piece of face-recognition technology that helps reunite dogs and their owners.
"I remember the day we lost a pet, and how traumatic it was for our kids," said "Finding Rover" founder John Polimeno. "Driving down the neighborhood, putting posters up. There must be a better way."
Finding Rover is an easy to use app that, along with dog tags and microchips, can help your pet if it gets lost.
The app even comes with a "bark" button to get your dog's attention.
The goal is simple: Reduce the number of pets that come into the pound and can't find their way back home.
Think about it: You're probably already taking lots of pictures of your friends. Here's a reason to take one of your "best friend" that might save a life.
"Finding Rover" is rolling out on the iPhone. An Android version is due soon.
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