First iPhone 3GS Spy software rolled out


spy-softwareRetina-X Studios, LLC, was first off the blocks with a spy software for the iPhone, and has recently announced the immediate availability of Mobile Spy version 3.0 for the recently released Apple iPhone 3GS. Apparently, there is no other spy software that is currently compatible with the iPhone 3GS, so let’s keep our fingers crossed that Retina-X Studios’ efforts will not be in vain, but will instead be able to be all it is meant to be. This unique spy software is able to enable users to silently track GPS locations, SMS messages and calls of children or employees using a secure online control panel. Sounds as though one’s privacy has been violated, but then again parents ought to have better control and keep tabs on their kids instead of leaving them to the nanny, TV and peers throughout the formative years.

Mobile Spy will operate in complete stealth mode and there won’t be any mention of the program whatsoever on the iPhone 3GS. The software will quietly run in the background behind all other applications. The moment the software is set up, it will get to work straightaway without the need for any prompting, silently recording the entire text of all SMS text messages, information about each call and actual GPS positions. We’re guessing this will be a popular software to use when it comes to warring couples who are suspicious of one another’s movements at work or when out of town, although we’re not too sure just how such evidence will hold up in the divorce court for grounds of infidelity.

All logged activities will be silently uploaded to the user’s secure online account, where these accounts can be securely checked online from virtually any web browser without the need to access the handset. All activity logs can be viewed in real time the moment they are recorded including complete texts and maps of GPS positions. Mobile Spy is compatible with all iPhone models and smartphones powered by Windows Mobile or the Symbian OS operating system.

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4 reviews or comments

mscientist Says: July 11, 2009 at 4:15 pm

Hey thats a neat trick, given that Apps won’t run in the background on the iPhone, and there is no such application available through iTunes.

Maybe a little research is in order?

Steven canales Says: July 25, 2009 at 7:28 am


rock Says: August 19, 2009 at 8:34 am

very very good. I loved her health

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