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App Protects You From Nosy Partner — Love It or Leave It?

If you haven't embraced the trend of sharing passwords with your significant other, I found an iPhone app for you that adds even more privacy protection. iTrust promises to record your partner's attempts to look at your texts or emails while you're away from your precious iPhone. The app name is very misleading though — it should be called iDon'tTrust. Check out this demo and tell me what you make of it.

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lemamike lemamike 7 years
haha its very funny. we're at the point where we have to snoop on the person trying to snoop on us?
janneth janneth 7 years
I HATE to bring up Tiger again, but this is how he got found out by his wife, yes?
totygoliguez totygoliguez 7 years
I'm loving it. As hypnotic said, your significant other is not the only one that likes to go through your phone. And I agree with the comments about marketing only to guys.
Bettye-Wayne Bettye-Wayne 7 years
Will a woman look through man's phone more often then a man will look through woman's phone?
jazzytummy jazzytummy 7 years
Interesting how they automatically market this for guys... How 'bout calling it"iCheatandgetawaywithit" ?
PrincessLtrain PrincessLtrain 7 years
Speaking strictly from the significant other standpoint, I find it rather pathetic. The only secrets I have from my husband are those that are intended to be a surprise for him. I think there are bigger issues in the relationship for those that think this is a good idea.
filmgirl81 filmgirl81 7 years
Weird, I've never had the inclination to look at someone else's phone. And I don't think anyone has looked at mine.
mamasitamalita mamasitamalita 7 years
I think it's awesome
hypnoticmix hypnoticmix 7 years
How about just calling it an ap to record (any) attempts other than your own to check your texts or emails. Nosy significant others are not the only culprits. You've got co-workers, adolescent relatives etc. who allow curiosity to kill their cat. As a victim of a nosy significant other who caused far more ridiculous issues by their act of snooping than finding anything of infidelity on my part if your relationship for whatever reason gets to that point it's time to take a huge step back.
AlexisSF AlexisSF 7 years
love it!!! ha!
Pistil Pistil 7 years
It's like a trap... if you have that little trust in someone, or something to hide... sounds like a solid relationship.
SusanTeufel SusanTeufel 7 years
It is interesting, but wouldn't this just make the person snooping even more suspicious of you if the reason they are looking is that they are suspicious of something? I dunno, not saying it is right to look at other's texts...but just a thought.
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