Track your loved ones through Google's Person Finder service

Google activate its Person Finder service to locate those stranded in Nepal Earthquake, April 2015. 'Person Finder' is a free tool that was built in response to the Haiti Earthquake, January 2010 in order to help those affected by the earthquake to connect with their loved ones.
Google Person Finder
The application named ‘Person Finder: 2015 Nepal Earthquake’ contain two boxes- 'I'm looking for someone'; and 'I have information about someone’. Concerned people can look in for their loved ones by just typing the missing person's name in the box provided with 'I'm looking for someone'. A person who has information about someone else, who has been rescued and saved, can share the information through 'I have information about someone'.

Google Person Finder is a web application that allows individuals to post and search for the status of relatives or friends affected by a disaster. The program also lets press agencies, non-governmental agencies and others contribute to the database and receive updates.

Google Person Finder is open source software meaning that any developer can create their own instance of Google Person Finder after a disaster. Person Finder runs on the Google App Engine platform, and it has been launched in over 40 languages, to make sure it is available in the most commonly spoken languages in the disaster prone areas.

If you want to go to the Google's Person Finder webpage, click here
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