Apple Macintosh News and Information
Apple Macintosh News and Information

iPad Spy Software Released

Retina-X Studios, LLC, has released Mobile Spy for the Apple iPad. Using this groundbreaking iPad technology, users can silently view all email messages, web site visits and other information of children or employees – even if histories are deleted. The new version for the iPad is now on the market.

Mobile Spy runs in total stealth mode and no mentions of the program are shown inside the iPad. After the software is set up on the device, it silently records the contents of all emails sent or received. The software also records web addresses visited in Safari and any contact added to the iPad’s contacts list.

Immediately after activities are logged, they are silently uploaded to the user’s private online account. If no Internet connection is present, the logs will resume upload at the next Internet connection. Accounts can be checked online from any web browser without needing further access to the iPad.

“Mobile Spy is a priceless piece of software. After having some doubts about honesty, this really helped set the record straight and confirmed my suspicions.” says Derrick, a Mobile Spy user.

Retina-X Studios CEO James Johns states, “Any device that can browse the Internet or send email can lead to unauthorized activities. Before now there was no method to monitor activities of children or employees on the iPad. Being the first to develop this technology, we will continue expanding with new features for this tool by recording GPS positions, photos, notes and more.”

This hybrid system helps businesses enforce their Acceptable Use Policy on company-provided iPads. The software can also monitor teen or family iPads. It gives a parent the ability to remotely monitor their child’s Internet activities by logging into a website from any web browser. Another common use is to back up a user’s own personal activity for their own records.

Mobile Spy runs on any jailbroken iPad. The program is also available for the iPhone, BlackBerry, Android, Windows Mobile and Symbian OS devices.

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