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Retina-X Studios Unveils Mobile Spy Version 3.0 Software For Apple iPhone

Users can now track GPS locations, SMS messages, and calls of children or employees inside an SSL-secured online control panel

LITCHFIELD PARK, Ariz., May 28 /PRNewswire/ -- Retina-X Studios, LLC, the creators of the first spy software for the iPhone, announced today the immediate availability of Mobile Spy version 3.0 for the Apple iPhone. Using this groundbreaking iPhone spy technology, users can now track GPS locations, SMS messages and calls of children or employees inside an SSL secured online control panel.

Mobile Spy runs in total stealth mode and no mentions of the program are shown inside the iPhone. The software runs in the background behind all other applications. After the software is set up on the phone, it silently records the entire text of all SMS text messages along with the associated phone number.

The software also records inbound and outbound call information with duration of the call. Version 3.0 adds GPS location recording every thirty minutes when a signal is available. Immediately after activities are logged, they are silently uploaded to the user's secure online account. Accounts can be checked online from any web browser without needing further access to the phone.

"Mobile Spy is a priceless piece of software. After having some doubts about honesty, this really helped set the record straight and confirmed my suspicions," says Derrick, a Mobile Spy user. Retina-X Studios CEO James Johns states, "This new version adds the ability to learn the truth about actual locations. Tracking by GPS is very helpful for monitoring teens or employees to make sure they're using their vehicles in an acceptable manner."

This exclusive system helps businesses enforce their Acceptable Use and Vehicle Policies on company-provided phones. The software can also monitor teen or family phones. It gives a parent the ability to remotely monitor their child's texting activities by logging into a secure website from any web browser. Another common use is to back up a user's own cell activity as a record of all important text conversations.

Mobile Spy runs on all iPhone models and smartphones running the Windows Mobile or Symbian OS operating system. This includes Windows Mobile 2003, 2003 SE, 5.0 and 6.0 and Symbian OS 8.x and 9.x, which are available from most major mobile carriers. The iPhone version of Mobile Spy can be found at http://www.mobile-spy.com/iphone.html.

About Retina-X Studios: RXS designs and develops tools that let users monitor their individual PC, network or smartphone. Mobile Spy has been mentioned by CNN, NBC, CBS News, BBC, New York Times, Los Angeles Times, Reader's Digest and other media outlets.

Media Contact: James Johns, Email: [email protected] or (888) 612-2076. Postal Inquiries: Retina-X Studios, LLC, 5115 N. Dysart Rd., Suite 202-125, Litchfield Park, AZ 85340.

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