Today, most of us use a mobile phone; it has made our lives easier. Android cell phone might not be the most commonly used cell phone operating system right now, but it’s certainly growing faster than any other cell phones, it will continue to grow and become a threat to other types of operational systems such as Symbian. Android is designed by Google as their response to the Apple iPhone, there’re thousands of applications available that can do almost anything you can think of on your cell phone. Do you know it can also provide chance for a cheating partner? If your spouse has an Android cell phone, and you think he or she might be cheating, then you need get the Android spy software.
You might suspect your spouse is not being faithful to you and you need some evidence to back up your suspicions, the most important evidence is going to be communication between your spouse and his or her lover. So how do you get the evidence you need? The best way is to install an Android Spyware.
So, what does the Android Spyware enable you to do?
Actually, most apps developed for the BlackBerry and the Symbian operating systems are being developed for the Android speak volumes of the trust that companies have it its future. These apps include some of the latest and most controversial ones: Android Spyware. Android spy software are available for Android that allow the user to know the location of the Android phone, view call records, read text messages, read emails, and even internet activity on the Android phone.
Android spyware isn’t just simple pieces of program that are easy to code. They are very complex and they require the sending of data online. This isn’t a simple task and it requires some understanding of Internet protocols. In addition, Android spy apps are meant to be hidden from the person that’s using the Android phone, which in itself requires another set of programming skills.
In conclusion, Testing is the most important thing for spy on Android phone. Because of its very nature, any mistake or bug has the potential to damage a relationship. It’s not just a matter of re-installing the program if there’s a problem. For example, a bug might cause the person using the Android phone to realize that the phone has such program.
Anyone can implant an Android spyware that provides complete access to everything the phone’s owner says on every call, every text message or email, and every place he or she goes. It may seem like a crazy story, but it’s true. Android spy software is available online and can provide total, constant monitoring of any Android phone on which it is installed.
WHAT IS ANDROID SPYWARE?
You’ve probably heard about Android spyware, and wondered if it really works. Android spyware is a program that is marketed towards anyone who has a need to spy an Android cell phone. Once you purchase the Android Spyware, you can log into a website and see how the Android phone is being used. You can see the calls that the phone has made, the content of any text messages sent or received. In addition, you can find the location of the phone on Google Maps or another similar program. This program makes it possible for suspicious spouses to monitor their partner’s every single word, or for concerned parents to keep very close tabs on their kid’s activities and movements.
HOW DOES IT WORK?
After download the Android spyware, you go through a few set up and configuration steps. Total installation time takes about 5 minutes. Immediately, the spy software will begin to record the phone’s call logs. You can read text messages and call logs, and you can see all the contacts stored on the phone. All data will be sent to your online account. Everything happens in the background so there is nothing else you need to do.
A complete list of all phone numbers dialed or which dialed into the Android phone is available to the buyer as is a copy of every SMS or text message and every email. What’s more, the phone’s microphone can be used to record live-time conversations even when the Android phone is not being used. The conversations will upload to the website and can be retrieved by interested parties for later listening.
GPS technology tracks the location of the device by satellite if the Android phone owner is in view of the sky. If not, the program tracks the Android phone by pinpointing the cell tower being used. The information is then accessed from any personal PC simply by navigating to the program’s website.
However, the reality is that Android spyware is available to anyone who wants to buy it. One thing to point out is that not all Android spyware is created equal. You’ll find some vendors that offer just a few basic features, while others offer everything mentioned above. My advice to you is to make sure you carefully read all the features before you buy.
Posted in Android News on February 9th, 2011 by admin – Comments Off
Android 3.0 Honeycomb is designed specially for tablets, or devices with larger screen than the usual 4 inch smart phone display size. You will see the operating system running on tablets first but smart phones may get many of the features later. The user interface might not be suitable on smaller screens, but other functionality will most likely be available to other versions of Android as well. According to the latest rumors, version 2.4 will be announced soon and the first device will probably be View-Sonic View-Pad 4. Version 2.4 will have code name Gingerbread like v2.3 has. The only difference between 2.3 and 2.4 is the ability to run apps designed for dual-core Honeycomb (v3.0) apps on a single-core smart phone. This introduction covers Honeycomb 3.0.
The user interface is designed from the ground for larger displays. There are no lower limit on the screen resolution, so a 7-8 inch display with a 1024 x 600 pixels resultion would be sufficient, but most manufactures seem to land on a 1280 x 768 (WXGA) resolution. Rumors are saying that the Dell Streak 7 and its 800×480 pixel screen will get a Honeycomb update later this year. Customisation is one of Androids strength and version 3.0 brings this further by adding advanced home screen customization. All this with a 3D experience but still familiar so that both new and old Android users will feel at home right away.
Honeycomb does not require any hardware keys for navigation but a System Bar at the bottom of the screen is always present where the soft keys back, home and and recent apps are visible. A clock, battery status and network signal strength icons are also found on the System Bar. The System Bar can be dimmed when viewing full screen videos and similar content.
At the top of the screen, we find the Action Bar. It is always present when an applications is in use but the content on this bar is controled by the app, and not the operating system.
Five new Home screens give users access to all parts of the system from any context. To custimize the screens (desktop) the user first selects one of the four possible grouped elements and drag a thumbnail representing the content over to the choosen screen. The four groups are Widgets, App Shortcuts, Wallpapers and More. In the Widget group we will find an analog clock, Bookmarks widget, Contact widget, Email widget, Home screen tips widget, Music widget and a few more. For example: To add a analog clock to a screen, the user first select the Widget group and then drag the clock thumbnail from the bottom of the screen up to one of the frames representing the five screens. Once the clock is draged over the screen rectangle the screen frame is enlarged and a the user can choose exactly where on the screen he wants the clock to be placed. See the two images below to see how this is done.
The System Bar holds three main navigation soft keys named Back, Home and Recent Apps. Clicking on the Recent Apps icon brings up a list of the running apps and lets the user swith to another active application. The list of apps are easily identify the app by showing a thumbnail of the app as the state was when the users last viewed it.
A new soft keyboard design
Google has redesigned the soft keyboard to be more suitable for larger screens. The key are reshaped and repositioned for more presise typing. Keys are not stacked on top of each other any more. They are aligned more like a standard QWERTY PC keyboard. A couple of new keys are added, such as Tab key and an extra shift key.
Improved text selection
Cut-n-past can be challenging on “small” Android for smartphones. The 3.0 tablet version has got some improved functionality where it is easy to select a word by press-hold the text and modify the selection afterwards. The selected text can be cut or copied using the Action Bar poping up. See illustration image below.
Thats the main changes to the general user interface. Some under the hood features are changed too. Android 3.0 has built-in support for Media/Photo Transfer Protocol which let you sync USB connected devices like camera or PC with the tablet. Bluetooth tethering allows other devices to share the Android tablet Internet connection.
Changes to some of the Android standard applications
The camera application has got a facelift with easy access to exposure, focus, flash, zoom, front-facing camera and more. Android 3.0 also has got built-in support for time-lapse video recording. The Gallery app lets users view images in full screen mode where the System Bar fades out and the Action Bar disappears.
The Contacts and Email application has got a new user interface. Contacts has a two-pane UI and Fast Scroll to let users organize and find contacts. Better support for international phone numbers base on the home country and international number parsing library. The Email application also uses a two-pane user interface to make viewing and organizing messages more efficient.
Android 3.0 Honeycomb is the first Android version to support dual-core processors. The hardware can be either single- or dual-core CPUs. A system with a dual-core processor can see improvement on apps designed for single-core processors. The active app can run on one core while part of the Android calls runs on the second core. This is done automatically by the OS.
Watch Android 3.0 Honeycomb Hands-on demo on Youtube: