The apps installed on someone’s device can tell you a lot about them and their interests. For example, people who love to read will often have an eBook application while those who like music might have a Spotify or SoundCloud application.
But, problems arise when you find apps that no loyal partner should have on their smartphone. If his or her behavior is also off, this might prompt you to take a look at what apps have been installed on the devices they use.
We’ll be naming 10 apps that your significant other (SO) should not have on their phone. If they do, you will want to talk to them or reconsider your relationship. If you need further proof, you can use a free cell phone tracker.
This isn’t the ultimate list because new applications are coming out all the time, so you should always have an eye out for suspicions applications. But, there is some software like Tinder and Grindr that have been around for quite some and have a user base that continues to grow.
If you’ve seen your SO swiping his screen left or right and being secretive about it, then they might have Tinder installed. This is one of the top dating applications or rather apps for hooking up. Swiping right means you like a user’s profile picture. If that user also likes your photo, then you can talk through messages. Your spouse or partner should not have this installed because it’s one of the easiest ways to cheat.
Available for iOS and Android, this is an instant messaging app that’s ideal for cheating. With this application, you can send messages that get deleted after a certain amount of time. Another useful feature of this app is the ability to withdraw a message even after it gets sent out.
Following in Tinder’s footsteps, Grindr is one of the most famous hook up apps for gay men. Just like with Tinder, users can swipe left or right to choose who they like and don’t like among all the people in their area. Once they get a match, users can talk to each other and meet up. Tinder and Grindr are the apps no loyal partner should have.
This application is an extension of OkCupid, a well-known dating website. This app matches people based on interests and preferences. But, why would your loved one be using it if he or she is loyal?
Just when you thought it couldn’t get any worse, we introduce the Creepy app. This software tracks social media posts and gives updates so that a user can pinpoint another person’s location. This can either be a serious invasion of your privacy or, even worse, somebody else’s.
SMS Cleaner Free & Fox Private Message
With SMS Cleaner, a person can delete sensitive messages and conversations. Fox Private Message activates and removes messages when the phone gets shaken.
This ingenious app can help your partner evade calls. A fake voice message tells the caller that the phone is not reachable. Users can setup this app so that only certain numbers get blocked and chose from a variety of voice messages.
Imagine an app that lets its users know when other people break up or change their relationship status on social media. Why on earth would your partner want to have such an app? Using this program may be a sign that you’re just a safe option until something better comes along.
If you’re checking your loved one’s phone, you should be aware of this app. It takes pictures of anyone that tries to search through a target device. Instead of discovering incriminating evidence, you might just end up being paranoid.
Hide it Pro
This app hides different types of files to cover up tracks all in one easy to manage place. Unfortunately for you, it is hard to detect without the right know-how or tools. Hide it Pro looks innocent because it appears as an audio manager. To make things worse, there are a lot of apps out there that disguise themselves and activate features with various buttons.
If you find any of these applications on your partner’s phone, don’t immediately jump to conclusions. For the sake of your relationship, try to confirm your suspicions with a mobile spy app, and have an honest conversation before making any decisions. There might be an explanation for some of these apps, so give your partner the benefit of the doubt.