The Growing Problem Of Mobile Addiction

Recently, the mobile marketing and analytics company called Flurry has developed a new definition for the concept of cellphone addiction. According to their idea, the mobile addict can be defined based on the number of times he launches different apps on his/her cell phone. Normally this number is about 60. Simon Khalaf, the executive of the company explains that in average the typical users open applications on their cell phones about 10 times, 6 times less than the addicted people do. Read more

iPad Monitoring App

Appmia has announced a new monitoring solution. Now you can track your children’s or employee’s iPad. You will receive a detailed report about their activity with a great variety of tools. This iPad monitoring software will inform you about every step that your kid or employee does using iPad. You will know about all new contacts added, websites visited and emails sent. All this information will be available on your Mobile Spy account. You can use any web browser to access your account.

If you want to protect your kids from unwanted materials that they can view via their iPads, then ipad monitoring app is what you need. Read more

How to Spy on My Husband’s Calls with My Cell Phone for Free

If you suspect that your husband is not honest with you, you may be wondering how to spy on husband’s cell phone for free. Here is a solution that will either reveal the truth or dispel your mistrust. The only thing required from you is to his cell phone for a couple minutes and you could spy on him without ever touching his phone again.

Once you get his cell phone, visit the official website of Appmia, a husband spy application. After you purchase this program you will get a link for download. Once you have it, the app has to be installed onto your husband’s smartphone. Make sure your husband doesn’t isn’t aware that you have installed this app onto his cell phone. When the installation is finished, the app will do all the necessary adjustments and there will be no need to take his cell phone to check his messages or calls. Read more