Keep a complete log of what is going on with your phone. See who’s been using it

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  • 28 Jun 2012
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  • Owning an Android smartphone often means that you want to have total control over it and know everything that is going on with it. Even if someone decides to use it for a short period of time you can read every action that has been performed.

    Keep a complete log of what is going on with your phone. See who's been using it

    Trust – Event Logger will let you follow the actions and processes of your smartphone showing a complete log. Every action is categorized in order of appearance and a timer is displayed for each one informing when the event occurred.  The app does not exactly show  just every occurrence. With it you can keep tabs on apps – installed, deleted, replaced, restartet or cleared. It can record lockscreen on/off  and status events, shutdown and reboots, wi-fi, network connectivity and calls info. The app can also detect removed media actions.

    Trust - Event Logger

    The app interface is clean and well designed. The new version of the ActionBarSherlock is implemented and you will have no problems getting around the functions. You have the option to export the database or password protect the app. If you want to hide it you can disable the notification icon from the settings menu. Trust – Event Logger is offered in both Free and Pro versions, with the latter extending the event tracking time from 24H to a week.

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