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ThaiSpy app to tap into Thai infidelity market

According to a survey by condom maker Durex, Thais rank at the top of the world’s infidelity chart as the most unfaithful lovers, with well over half admitting to frequent infidelity.

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According to a survey by condom maker Durex, Thais rank at the top of the world’s infidelity chart as the most unfaithful lovers, with well over half admitting to frequent infidelity. It’s not a flattering reputation to have. So, being aware of the problem, a Thai company is offering a smartphone app to track your significant others’ activities.

ThaiSpy is a cloud-based mobile monitoring tool for iOS, Android, and Blackberry that runs completely undetected, recording all data and audio communications, GPS locations, application usage, and web history.

ThaiSpy is a cloud-based mobile monitoring tool for iOS, Android, and Blackberry

ThaiSpy is a cloud-based mobile monitoring tool for iOS, Android, and Blackberry that runs completely undetected

One interesting feature is the ability to translate Thai messages that it captures from chat apps such as LINE, WhatsApp, WeChat and also Facebook, email and SMS into English. This feature is essential for gaining understanding when slangs, idioms and abbreviations are used. In addition, ThaiSpy also offers the ability to remotely listen in on a live phone call and is also able to open the device’s microphone to hear what is happening in its immediate surroundings.

via ThaiSpy app allows users to spy on their significant others.

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