iPhone App Reveals Spousal Spying
January 21, 2010 | Family Law News, Legal Perspective
A new application developed for iPhone – ironically called iTrust – records the keystrokes of an unwitting interloper when the application is activated. For the price of a mere 99 cents, iPhone users can discovery tampering by a spouse or loved one who is trying to snoop on the user’s call history, text messages or email.
Oh, if only Tiger Woods had known.
Full story on iTrust reported in the London Telegraph.