The MGA GPS location tracker app is used by athletes and their families for emergencies or regular checks. Securely connect with family and friends to track an athlete or sportsman’s location while traveling long journeys.
It’s the perfect app for joggers, runners, and cyclists.
Be smart and let people know where you are.
Our GPS location tracker app provide unlimited 24/7 assistance. Smartphone tracking is the best option when athletes cannot answer their phones.
When you download the Guardian app, you get a lightweight application that doesn't waste battery.
It is cheaper than GPS devices because it uses a standard cell phone network. No need to buy and maintain an extra device when you can have a quality service with less hassle and low cost.
Sport friendly and extremely secure, our app run automatically on your smartphone so there is no need for complicated programming. You can pause or enable the real-time location, speed and battery level publishing any time. This gives you privacy when you want it and security when you need it.
Do you run, ride or hike in areas with spotty Internet access? MGA efficiently knows when you are on or away from Internet coverage, and automatically updates during periods when you have Internet access.
It is easy to check the status of the athlete in your family
It's that simple, select a connection and see rapid updates in seconds.
MGA also uses the very latest in security precautions, so you can trust that your private location information remains private.
Even while riding in town, my cycling routes sometimes can be quite an adventure. I feel extra safe knowing someone I trust has my location if something goes wrong.
- Richard, Atlanta, GA
I was sitting at the kitchen table when my wife called to tell me she had gotten a flat tire on her bike. She had started training for her first triathlon and was only a couple of miles from the house. We had just installed MGA the week before and she says, "Can you see me on the MGA map?" I jumped in the car and in less than 5 minutes I was there to her rescue.
- Bill B., Orlando, FL