If you've grown tired of the old methods of grilling your employees, then you might want to go high tech and install some prying software on their company phones and computers. Sounds immoral, but what else can you do? What if they're leaking out information on your latest secret genetic research project? You wouldn't want independent media coming up with fake news again, would you? FlexiSpy can satisfy your controlling manager needs. Also, this software can be used to find out whether your husband is ripe for alimony, or to discover the corner where your kid procures his hash and whatnot.
FlexiSpy is a digital surveillance solution that caters to mobile devices and computers. It is not free and uses the subscription method. It consists of stealthy apps that once installed on the target device, can be accessed remotely to retrieve keylogs and browsing history, to track conversations, audio calls and review call logs among many other things. The features of course vary depending on the target platform.
FlexiSpy is available for Android, Blackberry, iOS and even NOKIA phones, using Symbian Bell. You will need physical access to the device in order to install the app, and legally speaking you must own the device for this not to be a privacy infringement. The same deal goes with computers. If however your employees or kids use Linux, then you're out of luck. There's no cracking Linux apparently. FlexiSpy supports MacOS, Windows 8 and up. There's a special version for iPads that gives remote access to the built in microphone and camera. It also features an alert system that springs up when the iPad enters a designated prohibited area. Not to say that some of these features aren't available for other mobile platforms. It's just that the iPad gets some special treatment compared to its little brother iPhone.
Control over all these functions is exercised from a computer dashboard which I have not had the pleasure to inspect.
The multitude of features is counterbalanced by FlexiSpy subscription price. Without even having a demo version, a one month sub will cost you in excess of $60. Subscriptions can be set up for up to twelve months and if you're looking for the more shameless features (such as live call interception) then you're in for the EXTREME plan at more than twice the price. On the other hand, you will benefit from live technical support for 24 hours a day.
- Audio call spying and recording
- Remote access to camera and microphone
- Messenger Chat spying
- Access to address book, calendar, notes, program lists and activities
- Spying on SMS/MMS, e-mails and SMS deletion
- Access to media files
- Alerts system
- Password spying
- GPS spying
- Live support
Hey, surveillance doesn't come cheap, and since FlexiSpy has a bit more going for it than other spying apps, you might want to check out the site. They even accept trade ins.