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gTag Helps You Keep a Track of Your Child’s Location

Clove Digital’s gTag is Really a Product Worth Having

A Coimbatore-based startup Clove Digital, founded by Anuraag Renjith, has come up with a new device called gTag that helps you know your child’s location outside of home. It is a GPS locator, in the shape of a lock. Its ABS and polycarbonate design, with white matte finish, makes it look like a sophisticated piece of technology.

How It Works

gTag can be attached to the kid’s bag. The hardware is SIM-enabled (both prepaid and postpaid). Once, the SIM is inside, you need to create an account on and upload your kid’s photo with his exclusive gTag ID. The webpage then asks you to mark places en route from school to home. This helps you receive live-information about your kid’s movements in and out of these places. The app also supports Android platform. gTag comes with a micro-USB charging point for easy charging.

Why is gTag a Necessary Product

It is a pretty good product that helps reduce anxiety in parents while the kid is out at school or playground. It reassures worried parents that their kids are reaching and leaving school at time and are travelling on the correct route to home. Real-time notifications make sure that you know the exact location of your kid at any given moment. In case of any emergency, you can switch to map-view to locate your child’s precise spot. gTag has no hidden subscription charges.

The device is available online at Amazon and Clove Digital’s webpage, for Rs 6,490/-.


  • Clove Digital is a Coimbatore-based startup that is behind gTag.
  • gTag offers real-time location of your children and helps you keep track their movements.
  • It uses a SIM card (pre or post) and utilizes GPS to pin point exact locations.
  • It is available online on Amazon and

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