Jaipur, India (PRWEB) May 31, 2012
Retina Software announced today the immediate availability of its cell phone spy software, ePhoneTracker, in Google Play. The software monitors every Android phone activity and sends detailed reports to the owner’s email account. The company claims ePhoneTracker is the first real working “mobile spy software” to be legitimately available in the Android AppMarket.
ePhoneTracker is a new solution for consumer to investigate the activities of the smartphones, whether it be their children’s activities, employees’ habit or if their spouse is cheating. Once ePhoneTracker is set up on the phone, it records an entire array of activities such as text messages, call history, GPS location, and send detailed report to the owner’s email account, even if the phone’s histories are deleted.
“Unlike what most people think Google Play has tight control over what goes in its market. The stealth version of the app was suspended five hours of its upload.”, said Madhavi Goyal, Business Development Manager at Retina Software, “We had to make a non-stealth version which display a notice to the user that his phone is under surveillance. The program is still password protected to be tampered with.”
The market version of ePhoneTracker is only a segment of what is possible from the full version of the app available from the product website. The stealth version of the app runs completely hidden and no mention of the software is shown inside the phone.
“ePhone Tracker, brings a new level of secret spying abilities straight to your smartphone.”, said Andrew Couts, a reviewer from Digital Trends.
ePhoneTracker is compatible with smartphones running the Android OS 2.1 and above. It is available in Google Play at https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.retinasoft.ephonetracker and full version is available at http://www.ephonetracker.com
About Retina Software Private Limited: RSPL designs and develops tools that let users monitor their computer, network or smartphone. Founded in 2006, RSPL is dedicated to allowing users learn the truth about what happens on their device.