In order to track your phone, someone must need to install a spying app on it. Such apps can either be installed intentionally or it can be done through some software. Usually, when you install a freeware, few additional tools might get installed without your notice.
And then these apps start working on the GPS. The GPS will keep on sending the signal to the phone where the tool is installed. You can even download this from the play store.
But the thing is, why don’t Google block such apps when they access the user privacy? The main reason behind this is, such apps are being used for the useful purpose as well.
For example, the employer may want to track their company phone given to their employee or parent may want to track their kids for security purpose.
Personally, I believe no one has the right to look into your privacy and so should not be installed until he is you kid. At the same time, I also recommend parents to use such spy apps on their kids’ phone so that you’ll be able to track them and warn if they’re doing anything wrong.
Now the question is, how to tell if your phone has such apps installed without your notice? Here are some signal which is enough to alert you for such illegal installation-
- Phone getting hot quickly and every time
- Your battery is getting drained soon
And many such factors indicate the installation of spy apps on your phone. Once you experience this, quickly scan your phone and remove such apps immediately.
Using such indications, you’ll be able to tell whether your phone is having any spy apps installed or not. If yes, you should make a quick scan and remove any such.
What do you think on this? Should anyone look into your privacy?