Anti Snoop

Anti Snoop


Ever had someone snoop or spy on your phone? Did you wonder what they looked at? Maybe you have an insecure partner who reads your messages, a sneaky trickster friend who sets early morning alarms on your days off, or an inquisitive child who reads whatever they can find. If so, Anti Snoop is for you.


Anti Snoop is a spy application that runs silently in the background and logs the name, open time, close time and duration used of every application that is opened. If enabled, Anti Snoop will also snap a picture of the person who unlocked your phone. It is a counter spying app to aide catching those who would spy and snoop on you.


There are certain applications on your phone that people shouldn't look at - text messaging, password storing programs and banking applications to name a few. If you see a log in Anti Snoop that shows these apps were used and you know that you didn't use them at that time and remember leaving your phone unattended, chances are someone has spied on you. This information will allow you to confront those who break your trust or just be aware that some spying is occurring.


Features
• Logging (app name, date/time opened and closed, total duration)
• Photograph the snooper with front camera when phone unlocked
• Screen to preview this snap shot with contrast/brightness sliders to help identifying with poor lighting
• Password protection
• Single or recurring scheduling
• Ignore list (filtering) to filter out apps in the logs you don't care about seeing (ie games)
• No advertising


Note : Anti Snoop does not show you what they looked at when they ran an application. It only shows you that they used it along with some time metrics. For example, It will not tell you what messages they read, only that they used the text messaging application at 2pm for 10 minutes.


Don't want to pay?
Try the free version at https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.stikkyapps.antisnoopfree


From the devices that I've tested it on (listed below), I have not noticed any significant impact on battery life.

• Samsung Galaxy S4 (4.2.2)
• Samsung Galaxy S2 (custom rom)
• Motorola razr m (4.1.2)
• Nexus 5 (4.4)
• Nexus 7 (4.4)

Recent changes:
-Fixed a bug that caused the application to crash when ignoring certain apps
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$0.93
90
4.5
User ratings
13
Installs
100+
Concerns
0
File size
754 kb
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About Anti Snoop
Ever had someone snoop or spy on your phone? Did you wonder what they looked at? Maybe you have an insecure partner who reads your messages, a sneaky trickster friend who sets early morning alarms on your days off, or an inquisitive child who reads whatever they can find. If so, Anti Snoop is for you.


Anti Snoop is a spy application that runs silently in the background and logs the name, open time, close time and duration used of every application that is opened. If enabled, Anti Snoop will also snap a picture of the person who unlocked your phone. It is a counter spying app to aide catching those who would spy and snoop on you.


There are certain applications on your phone that people shouldn't look at - text messaging, password storing programs and banking applications to name a few. If you see a log in Anti Snoop that shows these apps were used and you know that you didn't use them at that time and remember leaving your phone unattended, chances are someone has spied on you. This information will allow you to confront those who break your trust or just be aware that some spying is occurring.


Features
• Logging (app name, date/time opened and closed, total duration)
• Photograph the snooper with front camera when phone unlocked
• Screen to preview this snap shot with contrast/brightness sliders to help identifying with poor lighting
• Password protection
• Single or recurring scheduling
• Ignore list (filtering) to filter out apps in the logs you don't care about seeing (ie games)
• No advertising


Note : Anti Snoop does not show you what they looked at when they ran an application. It only shows you that they used it along with some time metrics. For example, It will not tell you what messages they read, only that they used the text messaging application at 2pm for 10 minutes.


Don't want to pay?
Try the free version at https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.stikkyapps.antisnoopfree


From the devices that I've tested it on (listed below), I have not noticed any significant impact on battery life.

• Samsung Galaxy S4 (4.2.2)
• Samsung Galaxy S2 (custom rom)
• Motorola razr m (4.1.2)
• Nexus 5 (4.4)
• Nexus 7 (4.4)

Recent changes:
-Fixed a bug that caused the application to crash when ignoring certain apps
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Android Market Comments
A Google User
Oct 19, 2014
Good but... What if the culprit uninstalls the app? Maybe a more discrete name and icon would be a good idea, or making a password necessary to uninstall.
A Google User
Oct 13, 2014
Mr. Nulla I like it but I think it eat up too much memory I need to learn a little more about antisnoop.
A Google User
Oct 1, 2014
Excellent. Would like the logs to remember where I was at when I click on a picture, not go all the way back to the latest entry. That sucks when your looking at long logs, because you have to scroll all the way through again. Also, date log started screws up after awhile and defaults to 1969, but that is minor and doesn't affect it. Very stable app and worth the $. I do agree icon needs to be much more discreet.
A Google User
Sep 17, 2014
Who likes a snoop? Love this app! I would have given it 5*'s but the photo is always of your forehead, why didnt I find this app wen I had a boyfriend? Now I want one jus so I can catch him in the act and say "I know that zit" or "thats definitely ur wonky eyebrow" lol, Great app! ;)
A Google User
Sep 14, 2014
I likes 👍 Like a previous user mentioned, the app icon could be more discreet so i won't have to hide the app. Then unhide it every time i need to use it. The scheduling is good but i wish there was a way to always have it running as soon as the phone gets turned on. Other than those two problems i think it's brilliant