Whether you are a wary parent or an employer trying to keep a better eye on your kids or employees, there is probably a good chance that you have heard about mSpy. Just in case you haven’t mSpy is a unique mobile monitoring app that can be installed on a variety of mobile devices. It is packed with technology that really makes it stand out when compared to other mobile monitoring apps.
The app was launched in 2010 and it has easily grown to be one of the most popular monitoring apps of all time. And, this is because of the technology that it possesses. The app can be installed on iOS devices, Android devices, tablets, and even on PCs or Mac computers. So, why is the technology so impressive and what does it have to offer parents and employer alike?
The Invisibility Technology
The first and more impressive thing that you need to know about the technology behind mSpy is that it keeps your completely anonymous. That’s right once the app is installed on the device it will be completely invisible. No one will ever know that the app exists.
However, you will need access to the phone or device that you are installing the app on so this might be a bit tricky, but if done right you can remain completely inconspicuous while keeping a tight leash on your child or employee.
GPS Tracking Technology
Have you ever wondered if your kid or employer is really where they are supposed to be? Maybe your kid is hanging out in some unsavory location. Maybe your employee is misusing the company vehicle. Well, with the technology behind mSpy, you can uncover this kind of information. When installed on the device the app will not only give you real-time data of the location of the device, but it can track movements as well. It will literally create a timeline from every location that your child or employee has visited that day.
The Photo And Video Technology
An employer probably isn’t worried about what kinds of photos and videos his employees are taking with the company phone, but this is a feature that will come in extremely handy for the everyday parent. Kids these days are pretty naïve when it comes to photos and videos these days. With this technology, you will literally be able to see every photo and video that is on the device. If your kid has posted something that is too revealing or something you do not approve of, you will know right away.
The Text Message Tracking Technology
In today’s time, text messaging is now more popular than ever. People spend more time communicating by text messaging as compared to any other means of communication. Not only this, but there are tons of text messaging applications available. This is where the technology behind mSpy really excels. The app comes with a built-in SMS tracker that allows you to track every text message that your kid or employee ends. You can even read the texts that have been deleted, which is an extremely nice feature. There is nothing that will stay hidden from this technology.
The good people behind mSpy have made it a priority to provide users with a comprehensive list of messenger and social sites. This app can spy on SnapChat, WhatsApp, Viber, Skype, Line, Telegram, iMessage, Facebook Messenger, Instagram, and Twitter accounts.
Call And Website Blocking
Do you have sites that you don’t want your kids or employees to have access to? Maybe you only want your employees to make outgoing calls to colleagues or the office. Well, with the technology of mSpy all of these things are capable. The app comes with technology that allows you to block any website (Techaarvi.com) that you choose or any phone number that you choose. With the website blocking technology, you can choose to block site during certain times or you can block them out altogether. This is extremely handy if you want to make sure that your kids are doing homework or studying during a certain time period.
The app even comes equipped with a keylogger that records every since keystroke that is made on the device. This could potentially give you ever username and password for your kid’s accounts. However, it should be noted that as of right now this feature is only available on Android devices.