Mobile phone tracking is not just about having GPS in your phone Mobile phone tracking is possible with any cell phone whether it has a GPS unit or not. That is because the entire process is based on radio signals that take place whether you are making a call or not. These radio signals are known as GMS and are the roaming signals that make their way to bounce of the nearest antenna towers. By contrast GPS signals are based on signal structures that are bouncing information from your phone from satellites to antenna towers and then naming your location.
Mobile positioning is the name used by telecommunication companies to describe services that tell you the location of a cell phone, and therefore, also the cell phone user. Most people nowadays are aware that they can be tracked by their cell phone if it is on and will shut it off or take the battery out so they cannot be found.
There are basically four different types of systems that are found in cell phones that can be used to track a person down: network, handset, SIM and Hybrid phones.
If you want to be found this way then the four major apps that can best help your location be pinpointed exactly are Google Latitude, Mologogo, Instamapper and Buddyway. If you are trying to track someone cheating on your or find out where a fibbing teenager is really going after school it really helps to install these services on their phone. The presence of any of these application will make it that much easier for any mobile cell phone tracking service to accurately track the location of the phone.
There are many family websites, company websites and social bookmarking websites that allow you to upload the location of a phone so you can keep track of a loved one's location and position at all times.