Whether you are a business owner or a frightened parent, there is a mobile monitoring app out there for you. Confused? Mobile monitoring apps really aren’t as ambiguous as they sound. If you are a business owner, this app will allow you to monitor company-distributed phones that were given to your employees to ensure that they are maintaining maximum output with their time. If you are a parent, a mobile monitoring app will allow you to make sure that your kids aren’t getting into any trouble that you would want to protect them from.
The purpose of this article is to compare two of the most popular mobile apps of the kind on the market at the moment. So, with no further ado, let’s check out what some of the options available on the market are.
mSpy Mobile Application
mSpy is one of the well-known cell-phone monitoring apps currently on the market. It comes with quite a hefty price tag, but its features are well worth it for any business owner. mSpy is really worth the amount of money spent on it because it allows a business owner to do almost anything that they can imagine with/to one of their employees’ phones.
A business owner can use mSpy to track all calls that are made, text messages that are coming in and going out; it can also restrict calls and texts for a certain time (unbeknownst to the employee) if there is a situation that demands it. Also, mSpy comes with a GPS tracker that allows a business owner to know anywhere that an employee is at any given time (so long as their business cellular is on their person).
On top of all that, the battery usage that the app maintains is extremely low, so even your tech-savvy employees are unlikely to notice anything amiss. In truth, the mSpy is probably the big boss of mobile monitoring applications, and it would be the best choice if you want complete control over what goes on inside, and outside, of your business.
SpyBubble is similar to mSpy in its capabilities, but it is comparatively lacking in some realms. The most important difference between SpyBubble and mSpy is that SpyBubble has been reported to have a terrible customer service.
It is capable of doing (almost) anything that the mSpy app can do, including call monitoring, text monitoring, and GPS locating, but it is far cheaper. Cheap price can be a good and a bad thing. For a small business owner, the $49.95/year price will help to lessen some of the burden that mSpy may have put on them ($40+/month). However, as the old saying goes, “You get what you pay for.” As such, don’t expect an incredible customer service team that is ready and willing to work with you. Still, SpyBubble would be a very decent investment.
All in all, a business owner or a parent could not go terribly wrong in purchasing either of these products, and they work with all the recent models of decent cell phones. However, if you are concerned about the prices or features of either of these products, feel free to check out their official sites and make up your own mind about what the best monitoring app may be for your business or home usage.