People spend a lot of time online. A LOT. It’s no surprise that with access to the internet on all devices, the temptation can be a distraction to employees. Playing games, chatting with friends, spending a little time online shopping and looking up mindless information are just a few of the ways your employees waste quality work time–often not even realizing how much time they’ve been distracted. Checking the web activity of an employee to spy on text messages may reveal that they are looking for a job elsewhere, that they are in communication with competitors, or that the drop in productivity is directly related to how often they check their social media accounts. All of this is very useful when determining which candidates are beneficial for your company, and those who aren’t.
Spy on Text Messages With Utility Apps
Utility programs like Norton Utilities have been around for a long time and are a great resource for digging around and optimizing a PC. But over the past few months, these apps are becoming very popular and very effective at digging around and uncovering information in cell phones. I came across one such app called PhoneSpector.
Without having the phone in your possession, PhoneSpector will give you instant unrestricted access to virtually everything that happens on a cell phone. PhoneSpector can easily recover calls, text messages, GPS locations, social media activity, photos, videos and much more. See for yourself below!
Unfortunately, slacking employees are not the people whose internet activity you may want to spy on. Unfaithful spouses also have the world at their fingertips when it comes to the virtual world. Teens have easy access to sites that promote sex, drugs, and violence. The internet is filled with websites that can facilitate and even promote just about any behavior your employee, spouse or child might be interested in.
That is exactly why concerned parents, spouses, and employers download software like PhoneSpector. With this software, they can not only spy on text messages, but they also have access to the target phone’s entire browsing history.
The “smart” ones will delete their browser history and cookies, which, before Auto Forward, was a pretty foolproof way to hide any evidence of online activity. However, Auto Forward can retrieve web history even if sites have been deleted. If the user of the target phone is deleting their browser history, they know that what they are doing is unacceptable or inappropriate. Such activity can be seen as major red flags to parents, employers, and spouses.
You are not only able to see the list of websites that have been accessed on the target phone, but you can also see how many times a particular site has been visited. You can see the site’s specific URL and a snapshot of the website, to save for your records.
Can’t remember that amazing hotel your partner pulled up on the computer last night? Trying to help your daughter find that website she was using for her science project? There are all more great reasons to have easy access to a phone’s web history. Whether you choose to tell the user of the target phone that they are being monitored or not, the software runs completely undetected and is invisible to the user. People are their most authentic selves when they don’t think anyone is watching them, so monitoring their screen time without their knowledge may just give you a look into who they really are, how the use (or abuse) the privilege of a cell phone, and if they can be trusted.
Being able to spy on text messages, check browser history, view contact lists and check the GPS are all very helpful features that can help people know a little bit more about the people they trust their business to, to those they trust their hearts to, and to those they trust their lives to.
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