All-in-one security app protects what's important to you on your Android phone
0. phoneArena 03 Mar 2013, 01:10 posted on
TheftSpy for Android is the name of a security app found in the Google Play Store that was put together by an XDA Developers member with the same name (minus the 'for Android, of course) and while it is free for now, the app in connection with your PC makes sure that a lost or stolen Android phone isn't giving away your secrets...
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2. PotDragon (banned) (Posts: 214; Member since: 22 Jul 2011)
Much closer to useless than great. Who loses a phone? If you are so absent minded that the POSSIBILITY of losing your phone exsists...then DON'T HAVE SENSITIVE INFO STORED ON IT. sigh.
4. hiBreed (Posts: 90; Member since: 29 May 2012)
Great app, d only thing missing is how to thumb u down 10x
5. SlimSoulja86 (Posts: 642; Member since: 03 Nov 2011)
Lol, u must be stupid. Clearly u aint got no brain cells, i wonder how you get oxygen. Ur dumb
6. Mxyzptlk (limited) (Posts: 2846; Member since: 21 Apr 2012)
Losing the phone isn't the problem. It's lack of real security on android in some instances that's the problem.
10. lyndon420 (Posts: 1642; Member since: 11 Jul 2012)
It's been an issue for IOS and their passcode vulnerability over the last week or so as well, so don't go there Mxy.
7. housry23 (Posts: 72; Member since: 03 Jun 2012)
I would agree that most people don't lose their phone, BUUUUT, a lot of phones are stolen on a daily basis. This is a very useful app. Even if your phone doesn't get stolen or lost. If you check out the feature set, it offers some great features that can be used even if you never have lost your phone. Plus, it's free! Most of the useful features are free. That's right. Free! You don't have to buy the premium version to use it. You don't get 1 or 2 features for free, you get several. Try it!
9. lyndon420 (Posts: 1642; Member since: 11 Jul 2012)
I've been using Android Lost for awhile now which is also awesome and free.
8. -box- (Posts: 3571; Member since: 04 Jan 2012)
When I had an android I used the preinstalled Lookout suite, and was very satisfied. Also added a few of their other services as well. Kapersky, Trend Micro, and Avast apparently make good ones too. Don't use Norton/Symantec, as they're about as malicious as malware.