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September 7, 2010

Infoshore introduces Symbian Mobile Spy to enhance SpyBubble

Claims to make it an entry level and affordable smartphone app

By CBR Staff Writer

Infoshore has enhanced SpyBubble, a spying application used in smartphones, with the addition of Symbian Mobile Spy.

The new mobile spy app has been designed based on improved coding algorithm to make it an entry level and affordable smartphone app.

InfoShore co-founder Ashish Arora said that SpyBubble allows users to store all the call logs, messages and mails made and received on the target device on a remote server for user convenience.

"User has complete monitoring control that allows them to perform reverse lookup searches on the numbers for background checks and can get prints of all such information even if the owner of the mobile deletes it from his cell," Arora added.

"The unique feature is that of tracking a device in real time using GPS technology. User can check the claims made by suspicious persons even while talking to them."

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