The 'Renumber' is a smartphone app that seeks to combat the problem that many children today have of not being able to remember phone numbers.
Created by 'Missing Children Europe,' the app works by changing the passcode of children's devices into their parents phone numbers. With this, the company hopes that it can aid in returning children to safety in the event that they go missing. Although most older generations remember phone numbers off by heart, those part of Generation Z have a much harder time due to the emergence of smart phones and the convenience of simply pressing a contact's name in order to reach them.
By practicing their parents' phone number every time they open their phones, children will have it ingrained into their minds whenever they need -- not just when they have their own mobiles with them.
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