Need to spy on a cell phone, track it, read text, SMS, and MMS messages? It's easy! Subscribe to the Text Watcher application on the Android device one wants to track, and get full access to their information, all sent discreetly to an email one provides. After subscribing, one is taken to the app download, where one will get the Spy File needed to install on the target phone. Subscribing costs only $9.99 per month.
City, State, Canada., March 7, 2014 - (PressReleasePoint) -Need to spy on a cell phone, track it, read text, SMS, and MMS messages? It's easy! Subscribe to the Text Watcher application on the Android device one wants to track, and one will get full access to their information, all sent discreetly to an email one provides. After subscribing, one will be taken to the app download, where one will get the Spy File needed to install on the target phone. Subscribing costs only $9.99 per month.
The latest in spying technologies, Text Watcher has been developed for Android. Using it one can spy on text, SMS, and MMS messages. The app uses the latest spying technologies to retrieve data from the cell phone remotely; just need to install Text Watcher on a cell phone once and receive all desired information. The app runs invisibly, and will work even after reboots (power off/on).
All of the cell phone's information is sent to your account through the Internet. To track a cell phone in real time, be sure it has an active data connection. Once installed, Text Watcher will send all text, SMS, and MMS messages to the email input into the app. One can install the app on as many devices as wished with a single subscription.
With the increase in web and smartphone technology, text spy applications have become increasingly common among parents of teenagers. The parents concerns revolve around sexting and cyberbullying. Awareness has also risen, due in part to high profile cases like the suicide of Tyler Clementi.
The Text Watcher Message Spy application is commonly deployed on Android phones, allowing a parent to keep tabs of the on-goings of their child/teenager.
Nick Pickles, director of Big Brother Watch, told: "The fact companies are selling extremely intrusive spyware so brazenly begs the question if we are properly protecting people from snooping by their boss, parents or indeed anyone who has enough time to install the app on their phone.
'This is the kind of technology you'd expect the security services to be using, not for sale with the click of a mouse. You don't teach kids to think about their privacy by secretly listening to their calls or reading their emails, nor do you create a productive working environment by routinely snooping on your employees.
'Buried in the small print is the fact it is illegal to monitor someone's phone without notifying them, but the risks of abuse are only too clear and this kind of technology needs to be much more tightly regulated."