USA TODAY - UrSafe has launches on iOS and Android. It was created by two medical professionals and an Air Force veteran to protect users in almost any assault situation. The app instantly video records the scenario, sends the user's name and location to law enforcement agencies and stores a streamed video of the incident on a designated receiver's smartphone. "The personal safety space has largely been left untouched by innovators despite the fact that our internet-driven lifestyles require us to interact with and meet strangers more than ever," said Anthony Oyogoa, CEO and co-founder of UrSafe. During emergencies, users can access the app hands-free by calling out a predesignated safeword or by holding down an SOS button on the app. The hands-free trigger is programmed to the owner's voice, so no one else can access it.