the personal guardian angel for on the way
The smart everyday companion for you and your family
Whether you are traveling alone at night in an unfamiliar area in Rome, mastering sports challenges in the French alps, or are simply interested in when your partner will be home after work – virtual proximity and knowing others are OK often take a back seat. At the same time, constantly inquiring and reassuring yourself can be exhausting in the long run. This is exactly where Vivatar can help to simplify day-to-day communication – available in eleven european countries.
The free Vivatar app lets you and your designated contacts share your current location with one another wherever you happen to be. In this way, everyone who needs to know is informed where you are without having to ask, and can summon help if necessary.
Vivatar gives you certainty and ends the constant "Where are you right now?"
Please mind that Vivatar is only available for users of German mobile service providers.
Be safer with the Bosch emergency service
And if your loved ones are not available in our basic version, our Premium Emergency Service staff is there for you around the clock, whether you are calling from Germany, Great Britain, Ireland, the Netherlands, Luxembourg, Belgium, France, Switzerland, Austria, Italy or Spain. Just call and be safe!
Please note that Vivatar only works for users who have an account with a German mobile service provider. You can subscribe to the app’s emergency call and support service for just €4.99 a month. You can also use it on other apps and devices. Learn more about this at the Bosch Help Connect website.
Laura is 19 years old and moved to Spain a few months ago to study. The fact that she has moved from a small village to the metropolis of Barcelona is especially hard for her father. He is worried about her, but at the same time does not want to disturb her with constant news and restrict her freedom. They have been using the App Vivatar for several weeks now. This allows Laura to share her location with her parents when she feels insecure.
Control without restriction. Great!
At 78 years of age, Heinz describes himself as a spry pensioner. Except for the odd little thing, he is in good health and enjoys independent pursuits. His daughter Susanne is happy about this, but is worried. What if her father falls during a walk in nature? Longer car journeys, especially in other European countries, also worry her about his poor foreign language skills. The perfect solution for them is Vivatar's emergency call function: Susanne can see her father's location via GPS should he ever need help.
And Heinz is, even if he doesn't really want to admit it, more relaxed on the road.