The Truth About mSpy App Is Exposed!!!

WARNING: Do not use this app illegally. Check for compliance with local law. Do not monitor and track individuals without their knowledge (without prior explicit consent obtained). It is illegall to do so.

With our ever-changing technological landscape, it can sometimes be difficult to keep up with the times, especially if you have children that you need to take care of. Like it or not, they’re going to be exposed to Smart devices and the Internet at some point, so it’s only natural to be curious as to what they do when you’re not looking.

As a parent you may not want your children to do certain things, or you might want to make sure they stay safe if they’re going out with friends. It can seem like an impossible task trying to manage this with smartphones and modern mobile devices.

banner_retro_4Fortunately, with the help of mSpy, you can have complete control over any smartphone you desire. You can monitor what goes in and out, find out where exactly the phone is (via GPS), or block certain aspects of the phone. It’s a complete solution for making sure that your kids stay safe.

Features And Benefits

The mobile monitoring solution offers a plethora of features that will help you be a better parent by being more involved in what your kids are doing, especially when you’re not around. One of the most important features is the ability to listen to and record incoming and outgoing calls.

These days pretty much every teenager has a cell phone, and they’re all likely exchanging numbers and calling each other as they desire. If you have any reason to suspect that they’re starting to hang out with the wrong crowd, this feature will allow to see and hear exactly what’s going on, leaving you with a more complete picture of your children’s life.

If you are in dire need to track and monitor someone really important to you, then this is definitely the application you should have. –

Also just as important is mSpy’s ability to monitor SMS text messages. Besides calling, texting is by far one of the most popular methods of communication used by teens around the world, and whenever you have that gut feeling that something is amiss, having this feature means that you can cast those fears aside and see what’s actually going on as your kids send so many words over the radio waves to all of their friends.

And of course, you can’t stay by your kids side at all times. When they become teenagers, they start to become more independent, and will often go out for the night with a few friends. This is all well and good, but one of the worst fears of any parent is that their kids get lost, or are in an unsafe area. Fortunately, you don’t have to worry with ability to track the cell via GPS.

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Wherever it is in the world, it will tell you exactly where your children’s phone is, so that you can find them and bring them to safety before anything bad happens.

The Verdict: 9.63/10 This phone tracker has all the features you’d expect it to have. It’s also easy to use. –

Beyond protecting your children through their communications, you can also block or restrict access to certain websites and applications. With the invention of smartphones, internet access has become a possibility no matter where you are, and as a parent you may be concerned as to what kind of sites they’re visiting, or what kind of apps they’re downloading. With this app, you can monitor, track, and/or block any of these.

There are many, many more features you can use to help see what your kids are doing, but in short, it lets you take complete control over a smartphone. Any emails, messages, calls, and communications are fully readable and/or blockable, and the phone’s whereabouts are known at all times. You can have complete confidence that you won’t be missing a thing when your kids go out into the world and build their social life.

Security Of The Software

Given that mSpy is a service that actively monitors the workings of a smartphone, it’s natural to question what software will do with the data. Fortunately, the app provides a guarantee that they do not record, store, transmit, or resell any personal information, and that all confidential activity logs are encrypted. The privacy of their customers is extremely important to them, as it would be bad for their business if they breach their customers’ trust.

I’m currently using mSpy on my own phone for various reasons and so far I love the service. –

Furthermore, the company guarantees that the software is completely untraceable on the phone it’s monitoring. Once you install it on the target device, the rest of the configuration and monitoring is done through a web interface, separate from the cell.

The person using the cell will have no idea that it’s installed since it takes up very little internet bandwidth and processing power. It is essentially invisible, ensuring that even if your kids are more tech-savvy, they won’t be able tell that they’re being watched unless you tell them.


The software works on a wide variety of smartphones. Whether it’s Android, iPhone, or Blackberry, the app works just as well no matter what kind of technology is on the mobile. It also works with phones from the vast majority of leading manufacturers including LG, Motorola, Nokia, Samsung, Blackberry, Apple, HTC, and SonyEricsson.

mSpy is definitely the best stealth mobile phone spy software out there today. –

All of the different mobile carriers out there will work fine as well, including Verizon, Sprint, T-Mobile, Virgin Mobile, AT&T, Alltel, Vodafone, and may others.

The Company Overview

This company is filled with young professionals committed to providing the best possible solution for mobile device monitoring and tracking. The idea was conceived in 2008 by two ordinary people talking about a scandal in the company they worked for.

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They decided that there needed to be a way to prevent this kind of thing from happening again, so in 2009 they started developing the popular app. It launched two years later in 2011, and has since been a great success for the company.

Final Thoughts And That Verdict

If you’re a parent who feels in the dark about what your kids are doing when you’re not looking, mSpy is the perfect solution for making sure that they don’t end up doing something unsafe, or doing something that they might regret.

The only real downside relates to compatibility with Apple devices; iPhones must first go through a process called “jailbreaking” before it can work. They provide guides and instructions as to how this is done, so it’s honestly a very minor issue.

There is also the issue of pricing. $39.99/month might seem steep to some, but if you’re a concerned parent who wants to make sure that your children are absolutely safe and sound at all times, it is worth every penny with its sheer number of features and thorough monitoring of nearly any smartphone or tablet on the market. Overall, it’s a very small price to pay for making sure that your kids get the best parenting and care possible.

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  • David A

    There needs to be more apps like this released as more and more kids use smartphones. You wouldn’t know how many kids I see on the streets carrying around an iphone and they’re only 10 years old. I would think they’d have to be at least 13-16 to get their first phone, but I guess life is changing. I like these type of apps and I will for sure check out mSpy whenever I have a child of my own one of these days. :)

  • Carmen

    I have two kids, my daughter who’s 14 and son who’s 11 and I finally gave in to their bickering and constant whining to get them phones. I got them originally a cheap tracphone that was similar to what I used in the early 2000’s, but they hated it. Finally got them each their own android phone, cheap ones that could get apps and all that good stuff. I’ll have to check this program out now, my daughter is at that age where she worries about boys constantly so I’m going to be monitoring that as much as I can. Once she turns 17 or so I’ll lay off. haha!

    I’m so happy for programs like this. Makes life easier.

  • RoyBU

    I have a question about this app. Since apple is really strict these days about jailbreaking their phones, would I still be okay with jailbreaking my daughter’s iPhone so I can put this app on it? I fear she’ll talk to too many boys or something. I guess that happens when they get to that age where boys are always on the mind. Anyways I worry that apple will got on me about jailbreaking the iPhone. Should I do it? Or is it too risky these days?

    • Annette

      I can’t say for sure how serious apple is when it comes to jailbreaking their phones, but I did it a couple months ago and I haven’t had a problem. If they’re checking up on that, keep an eye out. Maybe get someone who can jailbreak without problems and have them do it.

      I personally don’t think you’ll have a problem jailbreaking your device, but please don’t take my word for it. I do hear that people still frequently do it. I wish Apple wasn’t so paranoid. :(

  • BradMan

    This app seems very promising. I just wish the price was a little easier to deal with. I have 3 kids, one of which is already in college and the other two will be starting high school very soon. I too worry about my children on the web constantly. I’m an old fashioned father and I am always worried my kids will be involved in something bad.

    I’ll have to check this app out next time I upgrade their phones, maybe Christmas. :)

  • Lisa

    Lol, I was all paranoid and ready to jump ship on my parents’ family plan, but then I scrolled to the bottom and saw your pricing. My parents are tech gurus and nosy as all getout so it’s not like they wouldn’t do this to me – but thankfully they’re also amazingly cheap and wouldn’t shell out $39.99 to save my life let alone spy on me. I figure I’m safe.

  • Lynn Ross

    This is an interesting app. While I think kids deserve some measure of privacy, I also think parents have
    a duty to keep them safe. This seems like a good, noninvasive way of going about it.

  • Kita

    When I was a teen I’d have freaked out if I thought my parents were spying on me but now that I’m older and more mature I can see the merit in knowing what your children are up to.

  • Matt

    It’s important to monitor what your children are doing. It isn’t snooping or spying or infringing on
    their rights. There’s a lot of trouble a child can unwitting get into and it’s our job as parents to make sure they’re safe.

  • Mark

    It’s just too easy for kids to give into peer pressure and get in trouble these days. I think any responsible parent should be keeping tabs on their children.

  • Jessica K. Parker

    This sounds like a great app. My little ones are currently too young for phones of their own but, when they’re older, I will consider using a service like this to help keep them safe.

  • Andrew Wilson

    I think it’s wonderful that this app allows you to track your child’s phone via GPS. If something were to happen this could potentially save their life!

  • Holly

    I think you should trust your children to make the right decisions, however you should monitor them to make sure they’re not in danger. Finding the right balance can be tricky.

  • nodeer

    I don’t know, I understand these types of apps are useful, but they feel like such a huge breach of trust. An app for controlling parents, really. You should trust your kids/teenagers, and find nice balance between monitoring them and letting them do their own thing.
    How are they supposed to grow up when this piece of technology helps you become even more of an overbearing hoverparent?

  • Melanie

    Thanks for sharing. My friend wanted me to get this app, but I always research them beforehand.

  • rva524

    Nice article. I wonder how one would get this software onto someone’s phone? Is there a remote way to do so or does one have to have physical control of the phone? I read your review of a few other options, and this seems like the best one. I especially like that they keep the information confidential and value privacy. It would be quite ironic of one got their own privacy violated while snooping on someone else. Not that it would be bad to do the snooping if one has a legitimate reason for doing so.