Life360 is on a mission to bring families closer— and that starts with ensuring that loved ones are safe and secure. That’s why millions of families across 140 countries trust Life360 to keep them connected each day, and in life’s unpredictable moments.
From real-time location sharing and notifications, to driving safety features like Crash Detection and Roadside Assistance, we create tools that remove uncertainty from modern life — so families can feel free, together.
Life360 is based in San Francisco, CA and is a Remote First company (employees across North America and International)
Known for its leading solutions for modern family challenges, Life360 recently launched the first-ever family safety membership with comprehensive services designed for every family milestone and life stage. Life360 is used by nearly 1 in 10 US families (who use Life360 an average of 10 times a day!) and reached #1 in Apple's US App Store's list of free social networking apps. Unrivaled growth in the family tech space has positioned Life360 as the largest mobile service for families in the world with over 25 million active users in over 140 countries as of September 2020.
This reach gives us the opportunity to do unprecedented good for families through our valued core offerings across our free and paid plans: advanced location sharing, private messaging, driver monitoring, help alerts, 24/7 roadside assistance, and Crash Detection with emergency response. On average we respond to 1,000 roadside assists and dispatch 200+ ambulances each month to those in need.
Offerings include both free and paid memberships. In addition, the company has raised over $200 million in equity financing, and recently completed an IPO on the ASX exchange — giving our employees the liquidity of a public company with the upside of a private growth stage business.
We’re excited that Life360 membership now includes Tile Bluetooth trackers. With Life360 + Tile, you can now protect and connect your loved ones and important stuff – even when you’re apart – from the convenience of your Life360 app. It happens to all of us. Keys get stuck in the couch cushions. Wallets get left at restaurants, backpacks get forgotten on the bus, and sporting equipment gets misplaced at the away game. But with Tile, missing items don’t have to be lost.
If a Tile tracker is close by, you can ring it with your phone. And if your phone is what’s missing, you can use your Tile to make it ring too — even if it’s on silent.
If your Tile isn’t within earshot, you can check your Life360 map to see the last time it was with you or get its most recent location. All Tiles emit a secure Bluetooth signal, so when a phone with the Tile app passes by your lost item, you’ll get a location update — automatically and anonymously.
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We believe that different ideas, perspectives and backgrounds create a stronger and more creative work environment that delivers better results. Together, we continue to build an inclusive culture that encourages, supports, and celebrates the diverse voices of our employees. It fuels our innovation and connects us closer to our customers and the communities we serve. We strive to create a workplace that reflects the communities we serve and where everyone feels empowered to bring their authentic best selves to work.
"At exactly 5:48pm on Wednesday April 4, 2018 our two oldest boys, 16 and 13, were in a terrible car accident. At highway speed they were contacted by another car, flew off the highway, went down an embankment, hit a tree and flipped over. My wife was at home and I was at my office. The Life360 app called emergency services on their behalf and alerted both my wife and I. I opened the Life360 app, tapped their location and selected the ‘give me directions’ button. It took me directly to them. I’m so grateful for Life360 and that they both walked away without a scratch. - Ryan D."
"My daughter spends lunches and usually studies after-school where the “van attack” in Toronto happened. As soon as I heard about it, I checked her location on Life360 and saw that she was at school and not on the street where the attack happened. What could have been hours of anxiety and fear was instead just a few seconds of checking the app! - Jack F."