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Spy Software For Tablets Released

Retina-X Studios unveils PeekTab multiplatform monitoring software for tablets

JACKSONVILLE, Fla., April 18, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Retina-X Studios, LLC, the winners of the 2012 Gold Award for cell phone monitoring software from TopTenReviews.com, announced today the release of PeekTab, the world's first multi-platform monitoring software for tablets. PeekTab allows parents and employers to monitor tablets in complete stealth. The new monitoring software for iPad and Android based tablets is now on the market.

PeekTab silently runs in the background of the tablet with no visible access to the user of the tablet. When a child or employee uses the tablet, their activities are recorded and sent via the Internet to a secure online control panel that organizes and displays the information. The control panel can be viewed by the parent or employer from any web browser, enabling the ultimate remote monitoring of the tablet.

"Like computers and smartphones, tablets are also Internet devices with potential for Internet abuse," says Retina-X Studios CEO James Johns. "Customers will be able to see web history, GPS locations, photos, text messages, emails and apps installed. PeekTab reveals the entire truth." One PeekTab parent, Kimberly, states, "After we bought an iPad for our teenage daughter she started to act strange. We knew something was wrong but she wasn't opening up when we talked about it. With PeekTab we will be able to learn the source of the problem and take action before she gets herself into serious trouble."

Companies who provide tablets to their employees will benefit greatly from the monitoring power of PeekTab. By knowing the truth about employee tablet usage they will be able to control efficiency and learn if confidential company information is sent from the tablets.

Parents who purchase tablets for their children will be able to use PeekTab to monitor their child's Internet and message activities to protect them from harmful strangers. The GPS location feature gives families the ability to keep their children safe by knowing where they are at all times.

PeekTab runs on iPad and tablets running the Android operating system. A version for BlackBerry PlayBook is in the works and will be released soon. The software/service comes with toll-free phone and online support and is competitively priced starting at $29.97 per quarter. PeekTab tablet monitoring software is available now at http://www.peektab.com.

About Retina-X Studios, LLC: RXS is dedicated to helping parents and employers learn the truth by designing and developing software to monitor computers, mobile phones and tablets. With a reputation in the industry for reliable and thoroughly tested software, RXS leverages its niche market share with innovative premium products and robust distribution channels.

Media Contact: Craig Thompson, [email protected] or 888-475-5345. Postal Inquires: Retina-X Studios, LLC, 13453 North Main Street, Suite 201, Jacksonville, Florida 32218.

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