Similar to the fancy gadgets James Bond is accustomed to, spy phones offer an array of pretty interesting, fun and helpful features. Just when you thought spies and private detectives were the only ones to have access to the type of technology that allows others to conduct their own surveillance and personal monitoring, spy phones are now available to the public.
How Does a Spy Phone Work?
Spy phones provide two different kinds of services. The first is called an SMS Catcher, which allows a user to receive all of the messages associated with the input and output of the target phone. Another catchy feature of the SMS Catcher is that users can call a secret number attached to the target phone and use it as a listening device without being detected. The phone will not ring or flash, as an open microphone allows the caller to hear all that is being said in the presence of the phone.
The second kind of spy phone is called the Interceptor, which provides all of the features of the SMS Catcher, but adds the ability to intercept phone calls to and from the target phone and listen to what is being said on both ends of the conversation. The talkers will not detect...