It shares many of the same features but gets worse.
Not only can FlexiSpy monitor messages, audio and data, it can spy on your GPS location, passwords, and other apps. Plus, whoever installed the app can receive alerts for various triggers, and can spy on you in secret since the application is hidden from the task manager. If someone is paranoid enough to spy on you, they might be using mSpy. One of the most frightening things about mSpy is its ability to monitor content from apps like SnapChat.
It can also monitor your GPS location, and even restrict incoming calls from a predefined number. However, it is possible that the software could be installed by an untrusting spouse or employer who has access to your device. Worried yet?
It gets worse. This means that every device you access to use could be used to spy on you. This spying software is known for its ability to monitor other apps you use on your device, such as Facebook, Instagram, Skype, WhatsApp, etc. It can be installed remotely, and can block any app it's told to. And you might think that you can cover your tracks, but you're wrong.
Highster Mobile has the ability to access messages and data that has been deleted. Highster Mobile can also be used to completely lock a targeted phone, which means you could lose access to your device entirely. They're a great way for parents to make sure their children are staying safe online - but, in the wrong hands, they can become problematic. We've got your back on this question too. There might be an app on your phone right now sending all your calls, texts, photos, and more to who knows? Click here now to get the steps you need to know if there is a spy app on your phone and then, how to remove it.
Please share this information with everyone. Just click on any of the social media buttons on the side. Just click on any of the social media buttons below. Stay ahead of breaches, recalls, frauds and scams with Kim's Alerts newsletter. Next Story. Get security alerts as they happen. View Comments. Previous Tips How to turn your phone or tablet into a live police and emergency scanner. If you need to shut multiple applications in a hurry — for totally innocent, not hiding anything, honest reasons — you can drag three fingers up on the multitasking menu to cull the clutter quicker.
Which means your phone should be snappier in double-quick time. Related: Google Pixel vs iPhone 7. Enjoy listening to a little soothing background music as you drift off to the Land of Nod? Then you're probably all too familiar with waking up at 3am to some unwanted tunes.
Unless, of course, you set your music to turn off on a timer. In the Clock app, slide along to the Timer options. This will turn off the tunes, be it through Apple Music or Spotify, when the timer hits zero.
An oldie but a goodie iPhone hack is using your volume control buttons to capture a snap - thus saving your meaty paw blocking the screen as you attempt to hit the touchscreen controls. But if you prefer to be even further removed from your photo-capturing shutter controls? Hitting the volume button on a pair of compatible, connected headphones will have the same effect.
Related: Best iPhone 7 cases and covers. You're just a third of the way through the month, and your 2GB data allowance is already starting to look a little stretched. You don't have to cut back on your on-the-go Netflix viewing though. Instead, select which apps get demoted to the Wi-Fi-only B-list. Spotlight, Apple's connected quick-access for key data and services, is great for offering instant access to the latest breaking news, sports scores and social update. But that much stuff going on in the background can eat your battery life whole.
Unless you turn off Spotlight features for certain apps to eke out more life per charge, that is. Related: Samsung Galaxy S8 release date. No need to hang out of a first floor window trying to discover where your iPhone's connection is best. This sub-surface menu turns your bar chart-based signal indicator into a far more straightforward numerical-based signal signifier. Got a score of ?
Then you'll be enjoying HD video streams on the move. Down around , though, and you'll struggle to send a text. Just follow the numbers to better signals. You might have already stumbled across this one in a fit of rage, but like your childhood etch-a-sketch, your recent iPhone activities can be erased simply by giving the thing a good ol' shake.
Perfect for the plump of finger and poor of spelling, who want to skip the endless backspace bashing with a firm handset rattle. And if you're shivering rather than shaking? Don't worry: a pop-up will ensure you want to delete before erasing your typing. There's an easy way to find out, though — simply swipe in from the right-hand side of the screen when in a messaging thread, to show precise delivery times for every message sent and received.
True: it's not as morale-beating as WhatsApp's blue ticks, but it will still give you a complex over why it's taking over 42 minutes for your other half to reply. Do affairs really take that long? Does referring to your parents by their given name make you feel awkward?
Then teach Siri to know who you're chatting about. Ask Siri to call your dad and the digital PA should ask who your father is. Once a contact has been assigned to the parental moniker, every time you ask for pops moving forward, you'll be backed up by simple, fuss-free calling. For iPhone-owning Android converts, living without a dedicated back button can be a difficult adjustment to make.
While the iPhone might not have an ever-present command to put things in reverse, there is a simple way to head in the wrong direction. Within a number of apps — from Safari to Mail, via Messages — swiping from left to right on the screen will send you back to the previous page or menu. Who needs a dedicated button when you've got a more elegant solution?
You may not have realised that Home button of the iPhone 7 isn't really a button. That's right, it's a fraud. Haptic feedback gives the impression of a depression, but none actually occurs, making it totally useless for a hard-reset when your phone crashes. Instead, hold down the power button and the volume down button at the same time. Your phone should reset and spring back into life. Speaking of haptic feedback on the iPhone 7 Home button, it's also possible to customise the vibration via the iPhone's settings.
It happens all the time: someone calls and you can't answer. You've undoubtedly encountered incidents when shooting video where you really want to take a snap as well. Thankfully, the iPhone allows you to do both at the same time. All you need to do is press the shutter button which appears next to the video button. The photo is taken by the video camera's sensors, so it won't turn out quite as awe-inspiring as your usual images, but it's handy nonetheless.
Most of the time it's preferable to use a WiFi connection rather than your own 4G data if you're near a network. No-one wants to reach the middle of the month to realise that they've used all their data and Spotify streaming is suddenly off the cards. But sometimes WiFi connections can be patchy and slow, especially public ones with lots of concurrent users and distant routers.