New iPhone app helps spot cheaters?

October 18, 2011 by staff 

New iPhone app helps spot cheaters?New iPhone app helps spot cheaters?, Find new friends My application headlines for your iPhone intelligently allows users to catch up with friends – and other important people are not where they say they are.
“The divorce wife. With iPhone 4s and find my friends”
This was the subject header that recently caused such a stir in the forum chat this past weekend.

The new 4S iPhone hit stores a few days ago, but already in the main headlines of her personal assistant slick feature, and its range of new intelligent applications. One of these applications, find my friends, has been praised as a great way to go and meet friends. If you and a friend to the application on your iPhone, you can view the location of her friend in on the screen at any time, and vice versa.

As expected, the application also can be used to track people who are unaware they are being tracked. According to the MacRumors thread, a man with the screen name ThomasMetz caught his wife cheating on weekends through the Search application my friends …

“I have my wife, the new 4s and loaded to find my friends without her knowing. She told me she was at home with friends in the East Village. I’ve had suspicions about its meeting this guy who lives the top. And here find my friends has a right there.

Just sent a message asking where I was and the dumb b! otch said he was in the street 10! Thanks Apple, thanks to the App Store, thanks to all. These precious treasure of screenshots will play well when I meet her a $ $ in the lawyer’s office in a few weeks.

Fortunately, she is rich. ”

Deception? Could be. As far as I know, ThomasMetz not been made public, but the scenario is possible and is destined to be repeated. Trying to catch a cheater? There are apparently now an app for that.

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