mSpy Releases New Update for Android 6.0 Marshmallow
FREMONT, CA: With the advent of Android 6.0 Marshmallow- the latest version of Android with improved features, arises the question of its security and privacy. To address these concerns, mSpy announces the compatibility of its monitoring application with Android Marshmallow version with battery smart features, on tap assistance, new app permissions, and privacy protection.
mSpy keeps up with the updates of all the apps and monitors changes scheduled for communicating apps and tries to predict its development. mSpy experts collect users’ requests and preferences to implement them in the following versions of mSpy monitoring app. mSpy adds a new feature to its app once a month with its last update being the Instagram tracker.
Some of the functions provided by mSpy include managing calls allowing users to see the duration and timestamp of a call; track text messages lets users to read all text and multimedia messages sent or received by the target phone user and reading emails to make sure employees don’t send personal mails. Additionally, it helps to track GPS location of the target phone, monitor internet use, and check all URLs visited by the user in the browser. It also allows access to the target phone’s calendar and address book, control apps and programs, view multimedia files, remote control to erase personal data in case the phone is lost. All the features are now available of Android Marshmallow.
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