Retina-X Studios Introduces Smartphone-Monitoring

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<p><strong>Phoenix &mdash; May 21</strong><br />Retina-X Studios LLC has made available Mobile Spy, an activity-monitoring software for Windows Mobile-based smartphones.<br /><br />The software is widely acclaimed for its pioneering advance in smartphone-based monitoring. </p><p>It lets users monitor their Windows Mobile-based smartphones in real time. After the software is set up on the phone, it will record an array of phone activities, including text messages and call activities. </p><p>It will then silently upload the data to users&#39; private Mobile Spy account, which they check online without needing access to the phone.<br /><br />The software helps businesses enforce their acceptable-use policy on company-provided phones. </p><p>The software also can monitor teen or family phones. It gives a parent the ability to remotely monitor their child&#39;s text and call activities by simply logging into the Web site. </p><p>Another common use is to back up a user&#39;s own cell activity as a record of all important text conversations and calls.<br /><br />Mobile Spy runs in total stealth mode, and no entries are shown inside Windows Mobile Task Manager. </p><p>The program records all incoming and outgoing SMS (text messages) and call information. </p><p>Mobile Spy is designed for smartphones running the Windows Mobile operating system, which includes Windows Mobile 2003, 2003 SE, 5.0 and 6.0.</p>

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