Prey Project

img Santiago, Chile

Prey is a freemium Web service for tracking & managing laptops, smartphones, and mobile devices on a single online platform. Prey's hidden agent is installed on the device and it then contacts the user’s online panel, delivering location information, status, and access to actions. The application counts with a set of Anti-Theft features, plus device administration tools for Businesses.

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