There are plenty of folks in South Africa who might want to use cell phone spying software. These days the preferred term is “monitoring software”. There’s a bit of a nasty odor around the use of the term “spying” but, let’s face it – that’s pretty much what it is.
If you want to get up-to-date information on what somebody is doing on their phone, be it an iPhone, Android, Blackberry or any other kind of cell phone (has to be one with internet, i.e. a Smart phone) then there are apps out there that can help you to do this.
They are generally marketed as software to help you monitor your children’s cell phone use or perhaps even your employee’s cell phone use because these are legal ways to use it in the USA where it is marketed the most. In fact, most uses of this kind of software are all about keeping an eye on what your spouse (or future potential spouse, e.g. girlfriend or boyfriend) are up to via their cell phones.
It’s not unsurprising that if a girlfriend or boyfriend, husband or wife is cheating, then most of their surreptitious conversations are going to take place via a cell phone – either by text/SMS or by one of the many chatting apps now out there like WhatsApp (recently bought by Facebook and massively popular) or one of the other Android-based messaging and chatting apps like ChatOn, Kik, Skype or Snapchat. The phones mostly being used in South Africa today are pretty much like what’s being sold in the US or Europe and so the chatting apps and firmware are all similar. If you’re using any of the following, then this software will work for you: Samsung, Blackberry, LG, Nokia and HTC.
What I’m saying is that if you have a need to know what somebody is saying or texting then you can pick up a software that will intercept all of that. Indeed, it will go a few steps further (depending on how much you want to spend) – for example, you can listen in to live phone calls, spy on the phone via GPS and Google Maps, get alerted when the phone is being used so that you can see who is calling what number and when and to whom.
Basically, you can monitor all of the phone’s incoming and outgoing traffic, right down to seeing what they are looking at on the internet, i.e. websites, photos and email conversations. If your girlfriend, boyfriend, wife or husband are cheating on you and using their mobile phone to carry on sneaky phonecall or text conversations, even if they are using internet based chatting apps, then you’re gonna see exactly what they are up to by using this software.
The easiest way to do this is to visit the links in this article. You can look around to make sure the target phone is compatible. (They pretty much all are if they are internet-ready smart phones). You can also have a look at the different deals that the company offers. You can just pick up a basic pay-per-month package for around 450 Rand – this will probably be enough for what you need but it doesn’t have to end there with some of their premium features.
Obviously, you will need to install this software on the target phone for it to work and quite often this is the trickiest proposition, but have a look around this site for some ways that make this as easy as child’s play. If you can get 5 minutes alone with the target cell phone and you have an internet connection you can get this done in no time.
If you need to know if somebody has been cheating or you need to know about what’s going on on anybody’s cell phone then this app will give you the lowdown. It’s complete access (via a secure internet control panel) to exactly what’s happening on the phone.
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