Apple and Google discussed on working together to make a COVID – 19 App to track people

Apple and Google are working together on a major effort to stop the spread of COVID-19 that uses signals from people's phones to warn them if they've been in contact with someone who's tested positive for the disease.

Two of the tech industry's biggest players are working together to fight the coronavirus, announcing a new set of tools that could come to a majority of smartphones around the world.

The joint task exploits two of the world's most well-known working frameworks [Apple's iOS and Google's Android] to possibly arrive at billions of individuals. The devices will utilize Bluetooth radio innovation to help applications that will be created by general wellbeing specialists. Google and Apple will at first start discharging refreshes in May, the tech mammoths said during joint instructions Monday.

Google CEO Sundar Pichai on Friday touted the project on Twitter, saying the two companies "are committed to working together on these efforts." Apple CEO Tim Cook added in his own tweet that the new initiative "respects transparency and consent."


Tweets of CEO’s

Tweet (Google CEO Sundar Pichai):

Tweet (Apple CEO Tim Cook): 

Apple and Google believe there has never been a more important moment to work together to solve one of the world’s most pressing problems. Through close cooperation and collaboration with developers, governments and public health providers, we hope to harness the power of technology to help countries around the world slow the spread of COVID-19 and accelerate the return of everyday life.

Enormous tech organizations specifically have been taking a shot at activities around the coronavirus since it struck. Verily, the existence sciences arm of Google parent organization Alphabet, a month ago propelled a site that gives individuals in California data about infection testing. The site, created in an organization with the White House, lets individuals fill in side effects and complete an online screener.  

Google likewise a month ago said it's submitting more than $800 million to support private companies and emergency responders managing the coronavirus pandemic.