Tariq App Lets You Stay in Touch With Your Loved Ones at All Times During Hajj

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Crowds are inevitable during Hajj. Performing different rites of Hajj like Saee means that it’s quite easy to get separated from your loved ones or lose your way.

Thankfully, there’s an easy solution for that. A handy app called Tariq can help you out.

Real-Time Location Sharing

The app is solely designed for when you’re visiting Mekkah and Medina for Hajj. With real-time location sharing, the app makes sure you never lose your loved ones in the large crowds of Hajj.

Users can install Tariq app on their smartphones and enable real-time location sharing for an unlimited amount of time. You can keep track of your friends and family and have peace of mind that you can always find your way back to them no matter what.

The best part, however, is that you can locate your friends and family even if they don’t have the app open. It runs in the background to make sure you can find them at all times.

Easy Navigation

What makes this app different from others is that it comes with a 3D walking grid to simply walk you back to your loved ones, step by step, without any maps or addresses.

Security is Tariq’s number one priority. The privacy features of the app make sure your location is only shared with members that you trust.

Thanks to this feature, you can protect prevent your loved ones from getting tracked by malicious entities.

Navigating Without Wi-Fi or Mobile Data

You can also save a location on the app for any place you want to get back to, such as a hotel room or a holy place. The app will take you right back to it even if there’s no cell service or WiFi available. This is arguably its best feature as you don’t always have access to Wi-Fi.

Keep in mind that you can only share this location with others on the paid version of the app.

You can grab the app on Google Play Store and the iPhone App Store right now.

About the Developer

Tariq app is made by Enabling Systems – a Rawalpindi based technology company founded by Fawad Ahsan in 2014.

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