The Alice Dev Team today introduces FrontCam Trap 1.0 for iOS, their new utility that allows users to secretly snap a time-stamped, security ID photo of any person taking the user’s iOS device out of locked/sleep mode. Photos of unauthorized users are kept in an in-app library that may be password protected. Additional optional features include: a siren alert when a photo is taken, silencing the shutter sound effect, and Dropbox connectivity and storage for photos.
Imaginary Feet today announces SpyPic 1.32 for iOS, an update to their photography app that allows users to secretly take photos while they appear to be reading, playing a game, checking their calendar, or using the calculator on their iOS device. Designed to allow ordinary users to “unlock your inner spy,” the app provides eight “alibi activities” or camouflage screens. Users may activate front or rear cameras and control the opacity of the fake screen that overlays the active camera view.
SolarSpark Productions today introduces Pro Track 1.0 for iPhone, their utility that allows users to secretly record all movements made and locations visited by anyone carrying an iPhone. The track, based on GPS and Cell Tower data, is stored in a log with date and time, and may be examined by opening the app, which runs invisibly in the background so the owner may use their iPhone normally. Setting the app for maximum accuracy warns “Continued use of GPS may dramatically decrease battery life.”