Are you ever concerned that your loved one, child, or employee isn’t being quite honest with you?
Do you wish there was a way to hear, see, and track all of the things you suspect might be going on?
Well, thanks to the miracle of the smartphone, as well as a little application called mSpy, all of your paranoia can now be wholly justified and followed through with.
The application allows you to save and peruse virtually any interaction between user and phone.
It’s an incredibly detailed service, and if you’re willing to put out the cash per-month to make it happen, we have no doubt it will be rewarding.
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Concept and Functionality
The core idea behind mSpy revolves around two factors: Everything the modern man does involves his smartphone, and because of that, we can track that activity. The app does this by using two distinct portals.
The first is the phone itself. To track things like calls, texts, video, audio and a whole lot more, you’ll need to install the mSpy app on the device. Depending on the phone, this can be easy or difficult. For example, Android installation takes little effort. For those dealing with an iPhone, you will have to jailbreak the device, which can take some time.
However, once loaded mSpy automatically begins working. The app tracks, logs and saves any data it receives. Want to see what text messages your son has been sending? The app has that downloaded for you. Want to see what’s happening on your wife’s Facebook? That’s here, too. In fact, the app goes so far as to allow you to listen in on conversations through the iPhone’s mic.
If you ask us, it’s a creepy amount of spying potential—but it sure as heck works!
Design and Interface
It’s hard to knock too many points off for mSpy’s design, especially considering the web portal itself looks so good. However, we do wish there were a more streamlined way to add it to the iPhone, iPad or iPod.
That being said, the end results are completely invisible, at least as far as we can tell. This ensures that the subject you want to monitor will never know you’re there. And with automatic logging of just about anything they do, it’s quite a sturdily designed package.
However, it’s not all peaches and cream with mSpy. The only real catch to the title is its cost. The app itself is free, but the service will cost you a pretty penny.
Plans begin at roughly $40 a month, and go up from there. If you intend to monitor an entire business, expect to pay a significant amount for the luxury.
That being said, we have no doubt that mSpy will achieve everything you want from it and more, making it well worth the price of entry for those with a need.
mSpy device requirements: Target iPhone must be jailbroken. Temporarily iOS 6.1.3, 6.1.4 and iOS 7 are not supported
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