There are more cases of DUIs, injuries and missing children around 4th of July than any other holiday! We want people to use XNSPY to protect their loved ones and celebrate this Independence Day in a safe, responsible way.”
New York, NY (PRWEB) July 01, 2015
Makers of XNSPY, the leading smartphone and tablet monitoring software, has announced that they will be selling their products at a 25% discount. They have extended this offer for Independence Day as a way to encourage people to monitor and protect their loved ones against safety hazards during 4th of July celebrations more proactively. All new users and existing customers that want a renewal can avail this discount.
They have also added brand new features to their cache, including monitoring for Kik Messenger and the ability to take Live Screenshots from the smartphone or tablet.
XNSPY is a mobile monitoring software that works on all Android and iOS devices. It is meant to be used by parents as a parental control, or by employers that wish to monitor their employees. It gives the user the power of remote surveillance. With an extensive collection of over 30 features—including location tracking and call listening—it allows them to look through every aspect of their device. It is this monitoring prowess that XNSPY is looking to extend to a wider audience on Independence Day.
Perhaps the biggest reason for the XNSPY team to bring about a discount during this time is their knowledge that accidents from DUIs and fireworks have historically increased during Independence Day. LA Times has even named it America’s deadliest holiday.
XNSPY has a number of monitoring systems that enable the user to be aware of the other’s location, surroundings and correspondences. Features like these can allow the observer to know if their loved ones are in trouble, or in need of help; especially during parades or celebrations when things can be chaotic.
For this reason, XNSPY has also expanded their features and offered monitoring for Kik Messenger and given parents the ability to take live screenshots from their kid’s device. Kik messenger has been rising in popularity amongst teenagers, possibly because it has no parental controls. This is where XNSPY steps in; it provides parents with the right tools to monitor and guide their kids on online safety. Similarly, the screenshot feature enables parents to keep an eye on what their children get up to on their devices. And with the Independence Day offer, all the new and existing features will be offered at a discount. Chief Marketing Officer at XNSPY, Penelope Jennings had this to say, “The discount is just a way of reaching out to people and saying, look, taking care of people and protecting them from 4th of July accidents is so easy, playing your part is [sic] so easy. The more people get on board, the sooner we can create more awareness on holiday safety.”
Expecting shocking news reports around Independence Day is not unheard of, but it is the sudden upsurge that has proven to be worrisome. The XNSPY team already encourages parents to use their product as a way to prevent cyber bullying. So it is of no surprise that they wish to apply these monitoring principles onto another issue, especially when a spike is forecasted in the coming weeks.
“I don’t think enough people have found a more proactive method to keep the family safe together when they go out to festivals or parades or celebrations,” says Sean Polinski, MPD at XNSPY. “That’s where monitoring comes in, that’s why we want parents and the family to step in and take charge. If they fear their loved ones might get lost in crowds and chaos, install the software on their phones, and take care of them, step in when you need to.”
As the 4th of July approaches, the XNSPY team is hoping that the discount will help them reach out to a wider audience and accomplish what they have set out to do—promote safer celebrations.
XNSPY is a mobile monitoring software that works on all Android and iOS devices. It records data from the device it is installed in and uploads it onto a web based control panel. To find out more about the app, log on to http://www.xnspy.com