This New App Tells You If Your Partner Is Cheating On You

Perfect for the 40% of Irish people who secretly check their partner's phone


Wanna find out if your partner's cheating on you? There's an app for that.

MCouple, developed by US surveillance firm mSpy, gives you full access to your significant other's contact list and allows you to read and intercept communications on their phone, including texts, calls, and social media messages.

The app even allows you to keep tabs on your loved one's whereabouts at all times via GPS.


Because nothing says 'I love you' like a tracking device

For those who want to go full paranoiac, the app also offers statistical analysis of everyone commenting and liking their partner's Facebook posts.

Check out the ad for the app below.

There is a catch though, both partners have to download mCouple in order for it to work. We can see partners refusing to download this invasive app... which, of course, will only lead to more suspicion.

We're sure there will be plenty of downloads in this country though, after all, 4 out of 10 Irish people check their partner's phone without their knowledge.

You can download mCouple here.

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