Do you have any reason to believe that your spouse or partner is cheating on you? While it is recommended that in a relationship, or in marriage, open and honest dialogue is always the best course of action, it doesn’t always yield open and honest results when you’re dealing with a deceitful partner. And despite the increasingly flexible definitions of relationships, significant others continue to step out on their relationships and their partners. Perhaps, you’re that suspecting partner.
In this article, I am to delve into information you can glean to catch the cheats. Here are some super tech-savvy ways to spy on your partner to see if they’re cheating.
1. Watch how Your Partner behave with the phone
Your partner’s phone is a treasure trove of information, and as it collects other key data about their life and habits, so it does about their potential indiscretions. Watch for these key behaviours that indicate something may be up: Are they uber-protective of their phone? Do they seldom part with it and take it everywhere they go? Do they always keep it out of sight? (Or always face down? You know the type…) Is the phone always locked or does it have a privacy screen that obscures what your partner is doing on it from most over-the-shoulder angles?
2. Touch ID
Once you have access to their phone, if they have a Touch ID feature (or some variant), swiftly go in their security settings, and add your fingerprint to the saved prints (if they have more than one, perhaps delete one of theirs, so you don’t arouse suspicion). Voila. You now have access to their phone no matter how many times they change their password.
3. Download keyloggers
This software can be installed on a computer and the cheating person using it would never know it’s running in the background. These programs can record whatever you want, see the passwords they use, the emails they send, the pages they visit, even record them using the computer. This is kind of creepy but you do what you have to do.
4. Use a spyware app
Like key loggers, but for a phone. If nothing else has worked, or you simply want complete access to your partner’s phone, all you need to do is install one (like Spy Tracker) on their device and you will instantly have access to everything they do. A monitoring app is an ultimate way to bust a cheater once and for all. Though keep in mind that there are possible legal ramifications if they decide to take.
5. Track their movements
You can track your partner’s location history if they use Google by clicking on the ‘previous destinations’ menu option on the navigation system. Alternately, for Android users, the Google Timeline feature tracks similarly in the Google Maps app or even Google Maps online, if they are logged in while move about. You can also type ‘Find My Phone’ into the search bar to see the phone’s current location. If your SO uses an iPhone, there are several options you can use beyond tapping into a family account where location sharing is enabled (Find My iPhone and Find My Friends app can be helpful here). If these aren’t an option, here is where it gets very interesting…many people don’t even know this feature exists.
You can see your partner’s frequent locations under Settings > Privacy > Location Services > System Services > Significant Locations. It would take a super-savvy cheater and a tone of diligence to consistently disable or delete these settings each time they’re stepping out, and this allows you to see which locations they keep revisiting. The following are additional ways to keep tabs on your beau or belle as well. With an app like Spy Phone or a super-small GPS device that can be fixed to the underside of your unfaithful spouse’s car, you can see where they go, then catch them at that sleazy motel (or worse, that luxury resort you two never went to) with their pants around their ankles. You’ll be busting the affair in real-time.
Do be mindful that some of these methods are not only potentially irreconcilable breaches of privacy (especially if your partners prove innocent), they may also be legally questionable.
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