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iPhone Mobile Spy 3.0 features GPS tracking

updated 11:20 am EDT, Fri May 29, 2009

Mobile Spy 3.0 released

Retina-X Studios has released v3.0 of its iPhone security software, Mobile Spy. The software is used to track an iPhone's SMS messages, GPS location and call history. The GPS location feature is new to the update, recording the device location every 30 minutes. Location data is based on triangulations of the phone's signal, and therefore cannot be monitored if the phone does not have a wireless signal.

The application functions silently, recording all phone usage without notifying the user. Mobile Spy transmits the information using the phone's wireless signal to the Internet. Administrators can then go online and monitor the information.

Mobile Spy is compatible with all iPhone models, while a different version is also available for Windows Mobile or Symbian OS platforms. Customers can choose between three different payment plans. The longest subscription lasts for one year and costs $100, while a six month plan carries a price of $70 and a three month subscription costs $50.

by MacNN Staff





  1. MarkLT1

    Joined: Dec 1969


    Requires jailbreaking.

    It isn't noted in the article, but this software requires you to jailbreak your iPhone- its not something the be downloaded through the app store.

  1. byRyan

    Joined: Dec 1969


    kinda hard know... its kinda hard to spy on someone if you have to jailbraik thier phone and instal an app first... not the most stealthy thing to do ;)

    but I guess thats good cuz nood can spy on me without me knowinig.... maybe it should be called mobile observer rather then spy ;)

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