iPhone App Reveals Spousal Spying

January 21, 2010 | Family Law News, Legal Perspective

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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.

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