Loosing something is one of the worst feelings while traveling. Whether it’s an insignificant item or something irreplaceable, loosing anything can cause immense stress. A new app, BOUNTE (https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/bounte/id1262003089?mt=8), acts as a worldwide lost and found bin. Users can search for both lost and found items and even receive a reward for returning an item to its owner.
The app is free to download. Signup for free and list your lost item for a $1.99 in-app fee. Include a description, photo if possible, the date it was lost and use the location map to include the last-known location. Item owners have the option of offering a reward for a lost item.
BOUNTE also offers a found item option, if you discover a missing item in a location. Take a photo of the item and description of where you found it. Users can search for lost items on the map feature. BOUNTE uses geo-location technology to send out relevant location alerts for lost items in an area, so users currently in that area can search.
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