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EverNote

Evernote’s “Remember Everything” mantra sums up this clever little app quite nicely. It turns your phone into the ultimate digital archive by collecting snapshots, written notes and voice recording, then making them all available with a simple search – from your phone or your PC.



Character recognition performed by Evernote actually makes the text in photos you shoot, like a concert poster or business card, into searchable text, no typing needed. For those of us cursed with a decidedly non-elephant-like memory, Evernote makes a killer digital substitute.

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iHound

Find and Recover your Stolen iPhone with iHound

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This free security program alerts you when your iphone is connected to another individual’s computer. It will also track down the location of where your device is being used.

When your missing iPhone is being plugged in to a computer, you will:
1. Get an email saying that your tracked device is being located.
2. Get a detailed report on where it is being used by logging in to iHound’s website.

The second method can be very useful when the stolen iPhone is switched off and later gets connected to a computer for changing software or formatting the memory card.

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Mobile Spy 3.0

Mobile Spy version 3.0 spy software for Apple iPhone from Retina-X studios allows users to track GPS locations, SMS messages and calls of employees, teen or family mobile phones by logging into SSL secured online control panel from any computer or phone’s web browser.

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Mobile Spy allows users to monitor their handsets in real time and runs in the background behind all other applications. After the spy software is setup on the cellphone, it will silently record SMS messages, GPS locations and call activities, and then upload the data to your private Mobile Spy secure online account.

The Mobile Spy version 3.0 software is compatible with all iPhone models, Windows Mobile or Symbian OS based smartphone and is priced at $99.97 (1-year subscription).

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iPhone anti-theft solution – iLocalis

iLocalis lets you track your iPhone device location and also remote control it! It is considered as the best theft-tracking and remote control utility for Apple iPhone.

 

iLocalis has the following uses-

  • Never lose you iPhone: If it is missing just log onto the iLocalis site and you’ll know where it was located last.
  • Retrieve a stolen iPhone: If your iPhone is stolen you can log into the site and check out where it’s at. Extra features built into iLocalis allow you to send text messages or make calls on your iPhone when you don’t even have it with you. If you iPhone is stolen log in and send yourself a text message. If the thief changed the sim card you’ll have their phone number!
  • Allow your family and friends to know where you are: iLocalis will send a message to your friends when you are near by. You can also set it up to allow your friends to locate you. If your friend also has iLocalis you can send messages to each other for free. No txt messaging charges.
  • iLocalis can also be used for a business that needs location services for their employees. Employees carrying iPhones with iLocalis can be tracked via the web site easily.

 

Note: iLocalis needs a jailbroken iPhone with Cydia installed and supports all firmware versions on iPhone 3G and 3GS.

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Track your iPhone via MobileMe

Apple has announced a new service called Find My iPhone that will allow iPhone owners to remotely locate their lost or stolen iPhones using the iPhone’s GPS. The service will be available as part of Apple’s MobileMe online subscription service.

Find My iPhone will pinpoint the iPhone’s current location using Google Maps and let owners send and display a message on the iPhone even if it’s locked, presumably to provide information on how to return the phone to the finder of the phone. The Find My iPhone feature can also force the iPhone to play a sound for 2 minutes, which is useful for not only getting the attention of the finder of iPhone but also locating it between couch cushions.

The Find My iPhone feature will require a subscription to Apple’s MobileMe service, which costs $99 a year (currently $65.99 on Amazon.com) after a free 2-month trial.

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Track and Recover Your Lost/Stolen iPhone

iPhone is the world’s best smart phone available today without any doubt. People carry their phones everywhere they go, and hence there is always a chance of them forgetting their iPhone somewhere or the iPhone getting stolen. Learn how to track, message, erase and recover your lost or stolen iPhone.

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Mobile Phone GPS Tracking

Today, most mobile phones are not limited to carry on just a conversation. Things like mp3 player, digital camera and video camera have all become standards in the latest mobile phone models. It is expected that the GPS feature will soon be added to this list, and it will offer the capability of tracking any mobile phone user.

In this fast growing mobile phone market every brand is fighting to get a market share which makes GPS mobile phones the next hot niche to follow in technology.
GPS feature in mobile phones gives you an ability to be tracked. Is that a good thing? I wonder. It is good if you are the one who is tracking the mobile phone for the safety of your child. Also its good if you are the business owner and want to track the mobile phones of the employees on the work field. But I make sure that I dont lie to my boss where I have been when he is tracking me with my mobile phone on a map.

Yet another good thing about mobile phone GPS tracking is that you can be found if you are in a health emergency by 911 in US and soon in many other European countries.
What about mobile phone GPS tracking for spying. It is a popular issue that also demands attention of security and privacy issues. That being said; there are several GPS based service companies that caters to this issue. The common customers are the infidelity suspecting spouses.
Sometimes when there is a technological innovation, there are also some concerns about privacy or some rights infringements. But no matter how much of a concern this is, it seems that a compromise will always have to be reached, so that new technologies will take their places in everyone lives. After all, we all live in a highly consumer oriented world. Havent you got your GPS mobile phone yet?

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