Not that we want you to cheat, but this list will help you be wary of the apps in your partner’s smartphones. If you see these apps for cheating in their phones, you may want to have a real long talk with them.
Technology didn’t just allow us to communicate to friends and family halfway across the world. It also made it a lot easier for people to cheat on their respective partners. Thanks to a number of apps, cheaters can now easily hide their call log and text messages from their unsuspecting partners.
Apps for cheating: Snapchat
Almost every human being hooked on social media has a Snapchat account. It allows people to exchange silly pictures and clips with their friends and acquaintances. What you don’t know is that it is one of the apps for cheating.
Snapchat can actually be a covert way of cheating partners to flirt behind your back. There was a time when you can stalk your partner’s social activities on Snapchat. That’s all behind us now. Snapchat just removed the feature that will allow you to see who he/she is snapchatting with the most.
What’s even better? Snapchat is free for both Android and iOS, and it really just acts like another social media platform.
Call and Text Eraser (CATE)
For $4.99, Android users can download the Call and Text Eraser (CATE). This app will allow you to hide your calls and texts from your partners. Only you and anyone else who has the secret code can open the app.
It can hide calls, filter text messages, and allow you to clean the app quickly and without hassle. The only downside is once you have this in your phone, your partner will easily get a whiff that you’re trying to hide something.
If your partner usually checks your phone or asks you to hand it over, this might be the perfect app for you. Just like Snapchat, TigerText will allow you to set a time limit on how long your text messages will be active. You can set for it to remove the text as soon as you read and replied to it.
These apps for cheating sure do help cheating partners to hide their secrets and flirtations. However, if you have any ounce of decency on you, why don’t you just tell your partner you don’t want to be committed anymore?