mSpy allows you to spy on your loved ones like the NSA


Chances are you don’t trust your significant other; you’re jealous and probably want to know what they are up to. Well, have we got something for you right here. With an app called mSpy, jealous lovers will have the power of the NSA in their hands as they monitor what their loved ones are doing on their smartphone.

It’s quite easy, and as of now only works on Symbian, BlackBerry, Android, and iOS.

Basically, once mSpy is installed on a particular device, it has the ability to record the user’s SMS, Whatsapp, and Skype messages. In addition, mSpy is able to allow insecure and jealous individuals to record phone calls, track the victim’s location via GPS, record sounds from the surrounding area, see what the victim is typing, and also to monitor Internet usage.

You don’t have to worry about the victim knowing of your sick and delusional acts, mSpy has made certain of that. Bear in mind though, mSpy was created for the intention of allowing parents to track their children, not for the purpose of tracking a keep up with a girlfriend who may or may not be sleeping with Bob the builder. She probably is though; I mean, can he do it? Yes, he can!

“It is the same question with the gun producer,” says company founder, Andrei Shimanovich, a Belarus native who recently moved to New York. “If you go out and buy a gun and go shoot someone, no one will go after the gun producer. People who shoot someone will be responsible for this. Same thing for mSpy. We just provide the services which can solve certain tasks regarding parents and teenagers.”

Just so you know, mSpy is not a free app. It costs as little as $39.99 per month for the basic plan, and up to $799.95 per year for the business plan. Interested persons can even purchase a smartphone with mSpy installed and gift it to their victim of choice.

No doubt, someone is going to get sued for spying with mSpy in the near future. Let’s hope dotTech readers are not part of it, because we know your dirty little intentions.

[via Forbes]

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