Ever wondered exactly what and who your boyfriend has been Snapchatting? Well, if you have $40 a month and a slight disregard for the law, you can find out.
Marketed to parents who want to know what their kids are doing with their phones, a software called mSpy allows the parent users to see what their children are sending on Snapchat as well as gives them the ability to monitor Skype calls, view WhatsApp messages, see who they are calling, texting, and emailing, and gives up-to-the-minute location updates.
For the app to work, the parent downloads the software onto their child’s phone first. Once installed, MSpy lets parents see all of the above information from their child’s phone on their own device. Since mSpy leaves no icon on the initial phone’s screen, the kid will most likely not even know that the software is running on their phones.
This would seem to be the ideal solution for any girl that suspects her boyfriend may be sexting another girl. However, MSpy makes it clear on their website that it is illegal to download the software on someone’s phone without their consent unless they are a minor. So unless you’re willing to break the law, you may need to go the old fashioned route and just swipe his phone.