Radar Covid has become an almost mandatory complement on our mobile device. This is the way in which the Government wants to know how users are related and determine if they have been exposed to possible COVID-19 infections, however, With the arrival of iOS 13.7 many doubts have been raised.

iOS 13.7 has the COVID-19 exposure and tracking system built in, but this does not mean that you stop installing COVID Radar. We explain why you should install the COVID-19 tracking application and why it is good news that Apple integrates this service.

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Radar Covid

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The first thing is to determine that the Radar COVID application for iOS in its Spanish version has the API that both Apple and Google (on Android) have jointly developed. Therefore, this will allow a complete integration and a much more reliable system when it comes to tracking our possible exposures. If you enter Settings> Exposure notifications, you will see that in the “Region” section, Radar COVID will appear If we have the application correctly installed, this is how we will be able to access more settings such as individually activating and deactivating the possibility of sharing the exhibition information.

That is why having Apple’s COVID-19 exposure system integrated in iOS 13.7 does not mean that we have to do without COVID-19 Radar, in fact the interesting thing is that the system and the application work together hand in hand to offer us much more reliable results. Therefore, from Actualidad iPhone we can only strongly recommend that you install Radar COVID. That the battery consumption by Bluetooth is not an excuse, as we have shown in our tests that the daily consumption of Radar COVID does not reach even 1% battery compared to other applications.