KeyMe Can Prevent Lockouts

KeyMe stores you keys and can keep you from being locked out.

It's happened to all of us; we leave the house, the door is locked and the keys are inside. A brand-new app can help so you won't have to pay for an emergency locksmith. 

 

 
KeyMe is available for Apple devices and lets you store keys on your phone.
 
You take a picture of your key which becomes stored in the cloud.
 

If you are ever locked out, you pay $10 to access instructions for a locksmith to create the key.
 
Not only does the app store keys, you can also easily send a key to another person.
 
As a security measure, keys are not stored with any location data.
 
The app itself is free and has a two-step verification process when creating an account.
 
 
  
    Credit: KeyMe
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