We Recommend: Touch My Life – Antitheft and Anti Cheating Software (Video)

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  • 16 Jul 2012
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  • Touch My Life is one of those Android apps that come in handy in unpleasant moments in life. One of them is when you want to spy on your girlfriend or boyfriend and the other is when your phone gets stolen. This software is made by Jalsa Labs and requires Android 2.1 and up. It takes up merely kilobytes on your device and there’s also a Pro version out there, priced at $3.99.

    Touch my life for Android is basically a remote control application for your smartphone, useful for taking photos, recording video, making calls and sending messages from a remote location. Using this software you can control your device remotely without problems. You just need to send an SMS from any ordinary mobile with a certain set of keyboard and Touch My Life will execute those commands. You can even listen to conversations, get details about missed calls and get the exact location of the handset.

    Just for the sake of example, a text with the message “callmeback” from a phone to the device where Touch My Life is installed will call back the sender automatically. So, feeling like a spy today? As I said, this is also useful to find your stolen phone. You can download the free app from here and the paid one from here.

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