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Here are a few ways to keep track of your kids when they're trick or treating on Halloween.
Family Signal for iPhone shares your child's location, and comes with a panic button for emergency situations.
You can also set up a geo-fence with the trick-or-treat route, then get an alert if your child leaves the area.
LifeSign offers similar functionality but for Android devices.
You can also track the battery life and the ringer status of your child's phone.
Track and Treat, by Glimpse, is a Halloween themed app that let's you see where your kids are in real-time.
Install it on your child's phone, enter your email address or number in the app.
Then it send you a map with their current location.
If you'd rather track Halloween locations in your suburb, the next door app has a treat map.
Neighbors can tag their house with a candy corn or a haunted house icon to show they're taking part.
In San Fransisco, I'm Lexy Savvides, Cnet.com for CBS News.
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