Partners can now sit back, relax and let a new smartphone software do the monitoring of their beloved's everyday calls, texts and practically everything.
A company called mSpy has reportedly launched a software that allows a user to track a person's mobile activity.
According to the Cnet, phones preloaded with the software are ideally aimed to help people monitor their loved ones, like parents trying to track their unruly teens.
However, mSpy founder, Andrei Shimanovich, stressed that it wasn't his business how people end up using the software.
The software's policy reads that the company absolutely does not endorse the use of its software for illegal purposes.
The report said that the mSpy does advocate notifying users of the device that they are being monitored and requires one to tick off a few boxes confirming that they have informed the monitored party and got the consent for the tracking tool.
Preloaded phones such as the HTC One, Nexus 5, Samsung Galaxy S4 and iPhone 5S, are available with the mSpy software, the report added.