2 min read | Cyberpsychology

Meet the Most Reliable Spy App: Hoverwatch

Wendy Whitehead

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Ever since Refog launched this app in 2002, it has had over 12 million downloads. This has been made possible by the fact that this is one of the easiest spying apps to use and install and doesn’t have many device requirements.

Furthermore, its pricing is not that bad, compared to the work it does. So how exactly does it work? Let’s find out.

Spy apps are used to monitor smartphones.

How does it work?

Unlike many other spying apps, this app goes an extra mile to provide other premium features which cannot be done by other apps. Among some of the things the app does are:


  • Complete invincibility to the target
  • Call and SMS logging
  • Social network monitoring
  • Browser history browsing
  • Location tracking
  • Camera tracking
  • Periodic screenshots
  • Keylogger
  • Notifies you every time a sim card is changed

How can Hoverwatch help you?

1. To help in parenting

Research has it that today’s children have their first phones at an average of 7 years old. With the dawn of the technological era, it will be hard to deny the fact that these children are able to visit some bad sites or contact people who may have negative impacts on them.

Apart from being able to view explicit content from the internet, children can even participate in dangerous games which can negatively impact them. Over the past couple of years, the world has been concerned over some ‘suicide games’ which have sprung up taking the lives of hundreds of children. As a parent, take control of what your children do on their phones in order to avoid its evil using this Hoverwatch app.

2. Keep tabs on your workers

As an employer, you have all the reasons to keep track of what your employees are doing. Sometimes, data leaks may cause a lot of harm to companies and business. You may also want to know whether your employees report to work on time and do not make unnecessary phone calls and wasting time using company resources. This is all legal so long as you are bugging company resources and also make sure to indicate so in your contract.

3. Spy on your spouse

While this is always not the most recommended way to use this app, sometimes circumstances force us. Some divorces happen because a partner found out that the other one is trying to spy on them. With this Hoverwatch app, you can spy on a partner without getting noticed. Maybe you will find out something to help you save your relationship before it becomes too late. You should also beware of the legal implications this might have.

As an employer, you have all the reasons to keep track of what your employees are doing.

Pricing plans

You get a 3-day free trial with this app. After that, you will be required to choose the package that best suits you. There are 3 different tiers currently available and below is their budget breakdown (Amount in USD);

1. Personal

  • Monthly – 24.95
  • Quarterly – 59.95
  • Annually – 99.95

2. Professional (For 5 devices)

  • Monthly – 49.95
  • Quarterly – 99.95
  • Annually – 199.95

3. Business (For 25 devices)

  • Monthly – 149.95
  • Quarterly – 299.95
  • Annually – 499.95

Take away

Technology, while it has brought lots of benefits, has also brought its negative sides. Children are now more prone to negative and bad exposures, employees becoming less productive and mistrust amongst people. This can, however, be salvaged by the use of spying apps such as Hoverwatch which apart from being very efficient, you can all these without being noticed.



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Wendy Whitehead worked as a teaching assistant at two special needs schools in London before embarking on a different career as a marketing consultant. Her passion for special education still remains with her, however. She is passionate about mental health and well-being and she write articles in these areas. Wendy did her undergraduate degree in business administration from the University of Leicester. She later on did a short course in counselling from the University of Hertfordshire. 


 


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