Tantric or new fangled, this ought to ruin a number of sex lives (or sex lives will ruin a number of marriages)

 

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New app tracks every phone, text or email, plus Face Book activity. But it’s illegal to download it into your spouse’s phone without permission (uh huh)

Anyone worried their husband or wife is having an affair can allay – or confirm – their worst fears with a new smartphone app.

Called mCouple, it enables users to track almost every detail of someone’s life.

The app gives access to every phone call, text and email and any activity on Skype and Facebook, as well as pictures and videos taken on a mobile device.

Users can even record their partner’s mobile phone conversations – and track their movements using GPS technology.

The app was created by London-based firm mSpy, which stressed that users must gain consent before downloading the device on to their partner’s phone.

The company mainly markets it to parents looking to keep tabs on their children or bosses monitoring the behaviour of their staff, but acknowledges that a lot of customers use the technology to try to catch a cheating spouse.

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3 responses to “Tantric or new fangled, this ought to ruin a number of sex lives (or sex lives will ruin a number of marriages)

  1. Flash

    Once upon a time, a few dollars a month could buy you an unlisted phone number and give you privacy.
    I think those days may be coming back…….not too soon for Angela M.

  2. Anonymous

    do your respective spouses really care if your nailing someone else?