Spyera Review

Spyera develops and sells computer and mobile spy software. Based in Hong Kong, Spyera’s products work in all languages and all countries. The company’s phone and PC monitoring products are useful tools for any parent or company, although they are quite expensive in comparison to other products.

Spyera comes in three different versions — a mobile version for iPhone and Android smartphones, a tablet version for iPad and Android tablets, and a desktop version for Mac and Windows. The mobile version of Spyera is actually very similar to the FlexiSPY Extreme, which I reviewed a few weeks ago. It has everything you’d expect from a cell phone spy software: live call listening, call recording, and location tracking.

If you’re hoping to use Spyera on an iPhone or iPad, you will need to jailbreak it first. Spyera doesn’t require you to root the target Android device to use it. However, some of its features, including live call interception and Facebook monitoring, are only available on a rooted Android device. In order to get the best monitoring results, you will have to root the phone.

How does Spyera work?

So how does it work? All you have to do is gain access to the phone you want to keep an eye on for a few minutes. The installation takes place via the phone’s web browser. Once you have installed you do not have to touch the phone ever again. All information that goes into the phone and out of the phone is sent to a web account that you can log on to at any time.

It works only on a jailbroken iOS device or root Android device.

Each software download comes with one license, meaning that you can only use the software to monitor one phone at a time. However, Spyera offers free device changes so that you may transfer the software from one phone to another without having to purchase a second license.

Last updated November 8, 2017.