It enables you to follow messages (texts and emails) phone calls (incoming and outgoing) GPS location, messages stored in a mobile device and all types of media files.
On top of all this, it blocks unwanted apps and those calls that you deem to be dangerous.
Mobile phone users can send a text message to opt out of nuisance calls from today.
The "text-to-register" service allows mobile users to add their number to the Telephone Preference Service (TPS) "do not call" database.
Between the long call logs, text messages, email and photos on a phone, smartphones can be incredibly incriminating.
An increase connectivity of the internet has led to an increase of cyber crime.
Hence, you always have the knowledge of all the potential risks and able to put a preventive measure before they strike.
You are on top always aware of all possible cyber dangers and you can easily prevent them.
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