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FlexiSpy Review

FlexiSpy Review

Link to their website: http://flexispy.com

The Good: A wide range of features that cover all of your needs in cell phone monitoring, including call records, which can be illegal depending on your location.

The Bad: Pricing. The most complete version of FlexiSpy retails at $349, which is a lot, compared to other apps in the market.

The Bottom Line: The price tag may not be reflective of the features offered by FlexiSpy. You can find similarly built software for a lot less.

What is FlexiSpy?

Although the price separates FlexiSpy from its competitors, it is still worth mentioning. The overall functionality and performance of the app are on par with the most popular software in the market, but it’s up to you to decide whether that functionality and stability justifies the surprisingly high price. Plus, FlexiSpy is fairly difficult to install and use, unlike many other apps. You can get FlexiSpy in Extreme and Premium version. Here is what you get with Premium:

  • Texts
  • Call logs, but not call recordings
  • Calendar and notes
  • Contacts
  • Social media use
  • Media files
  • Browsing history

As you can see, Premium looks like a decent offer in terms of capabilities. However, if you take price into account (which is $149.00), you’ll realize there are several other options you can go for without overpaying but while still enjoying the same features. We’re mainly talking about Auto Forward and Highster Mobile here.

We’ve done some extensive testing and can now say that all of the advertised features of FlexiSpy Premium work as intended, although there are occasional bugs. Text messages were a bit slow while uploading, and there were some faults with the displaying of the GPS location – the actual location was over a mile away from the position displayed by the app.

Extreme version gives you every single feature available with Premium, plus the ability to record phone calls and listen to the phone surrounding. However, be prepared to [ay for this functionality, as Extreme version costs an incredible $349.00. Of course, if money is no concern for you, you can easily justify paying that price, but for the rest of us it’s a tough choice to consider.

There are a couple of important features missing from both Premium and Extreme versions. First, don’t expect any remote blocking capabilities. Second, you won’t be able to know if there is any inappropriate content in the target device.

Conclusion

If you’re wondering whether we can recommend FlexiSpy or not, the answer is yes, but in a limited manner. For example, we believe that if you don’t have enough experience with technology in general and spying apps in particular, you may be better off getting a more understandable piece of software. Plus, if you’re looking for extended capabilities, FlexiSpy is hardly the perfect choice for you, as its features are rather standard. And, last but not least, the price tag is another thing that can easily scare the customers away – the $349 price for Extreme package is not something everyone can afford. Overall, we’ll give FlexiSpy a 7/10 rating.

Visit their website: http://flexispy.com

4 Responses to FlexiSpy Review

  1. David February 18, 2017 at 9:07 am #

    Admin,
    Kudos for you taking the time to post a rather detailed review. I’ve thought about buying flexispy for a quite some time, but I still can’t make a decision. Here are some of my questions that you, perhaps, could answer to help me decide:
    1. What it the time estimate for installing flexispy on iPhone? In case my phone isn’t jailbroken yet and I will be forced to do the whole install from scratch, what else do I need to perform to install the software smoothly and what is the timeframe I can count on?
    2. As soon as I’ve installed flexispy on the end phone, are you sure it cannot be detected? I’ve seen the information that you can hide the Cydia icons, but what about the remaining software? Can the spy software be seen in the application manager menu or in the phone’s settings? This may be the only reason why I haven’t gotten flexispy yet – I want it to be 100% discreet.
    3. In case I want to stop the subscription or remove flexispy from the end phone, how does the uninstall work? Will it require me to have physical access to the device? Will the target user be able to detect flexispy was there or will it look like nothing ever happened?
    Thanks in advance for replying.

    • admin February 20, 2017 at 11:10 pm #

      Hi David,
      I appreciate your comment! Here are the answers to your concerns:
      Installing flexispy itself doesn’t take more than 5 or 10 minutes – it’s actually the fastest and easiest ones to install in the spy software market thanks to its installation wizard.
      Jailbreaking may take a little more – 20 minutes or so in case you’ve never done it before, or less provided that you’ve got some experience. The timeframe also depends on the type of software you’re employing.
      All in all, the whole process can take under 10 minutes if you do everything right.
      As for flexispy being detected, I must say that there is currently no software that 100% cannot be detected. An expert can reveal the jailbreak and flexispy if you know where to look for it. However, it also needs to be said that the chances of an expert taking hold of the end device are pretty low. Generally, you can stop worrying about the spy software being detected – most target users have no idea their device is being tracked, which is why they won’t go looking for the software.
      When you want to quit using flexispy, you can uninstall the software via remote access without having to even put a finger on the target device. Use the online dashboard to send a command; this is by far the quickest and easiest way to uninstall the software.
      Hopefully, I have answered your questions. Good luck with using flexispy!

  2. George March 1, 2017 at 11:12 pm #

    Hi Admin,
    I loved your review! I’ve got a couple of follow-up questions about installing FlexiSpy Extreme on my Samsung Galaxy A3.
    1. What is the owner of the target phone performs a factory reset? Is it true that it will remove the rooting and any software installed afterwards? Does it mean that the phone will have to be rooted again?
    2. If I want to install a memory card into the target device, what is better: to install the card and then the software, or first install the software and then plug in the memory card? Since a memory card can be taken out at any moment, I’m wondering whether FlexiSpy will install itself on the device memory or the memory card.
    3. I’ve read that at the moment FlexiSpy support team doesn’t guarantee that their software will run on a dual-SIM mobile phone, except for the most basic features. Have you had any experience with dual-SIM phones? I’m especially interested in the call recording, chat spying, and the feature of listening to the surroundings.
    4. I’m wondering if FlexiSpy can track down conversations in FaceBook, Skype, and Google Hangouts?
    Thank you for your time!

    • admin March 2, 2017 at 11:13 pm #

      Hi! I’ll try to answer your questions below.
      1. A factory reset will indeed remove both the rooting and the software, so you’ll need to perform the install again if you want to continue using FlexiSpy.
      2. FlexiSpy installs itself into the phone memory, so you can safely put in and remove the memory card whenever you need – the software will continue to run.
      3. I personally have no experience with dual-SIM phones and FlexiSpy, unfortunately. However, I’ve read a lot of testimonies saying everything works perfectly, while others have had complaints. I guess you have to install it to see.
      4. You can monitor Facebook and Skype, but Google Hangouts is not supported yet.
      Hopefully I’ve answered your concerns! My advice is to start at the bare minimum of features and move along when you feel more confident using the program. Best of luck!

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