Use these methods of technology to find out the truth about your cheating boyfriend.

How to Use Technology to Catch a Cheating Boyfriend

It’s hard to keep secrets with smartphones. They hold so much personal information about us, our lives, and our relationships with other people. Yet, we take them out with us all the time and often leave them unsecured. A lot of us don’t even use a passcode. All of this makes it easy to find out if you have a cheating boyfriend. You might remember a past blog post where I wrote about how I read my unfaithful, ex-boyfriend’s texts. This time, I want to discuss other ways you can use technology to see if your man is cheating on you.


Check His Browser History

By now, if they’re up to no good, most people know to regularly clear their browser history or use incognito mode. However, some still haven’t learned this important lesson. If you suspect something, it’s worth your time to take a look at your boyfriend’s browser history. It only takes a few minutes to check his cell phone, tablet, and/or laptop. If his search history looks normal, you probably don’t have anything to worry about.

Set Up a Hidden Camera or Recorder

This method will take a little more sneaking around, but it can be done. Installing a hidden camera in your boyfriend’s bedroom is a surefire way to find out if he’s been bringing anyone else home. In addition, you can place a discreet voice recorder in his car any conversations he has with other passengers.

Sign Up for Dating Apps

The easiest way to see if your boyfriend has an account on a dating site is by spying on his phone. But, if you can’t do that, then you’ll have to find out the old-fashioned way. Download all of the popular dating apps, such as Tinder, OkCupid, and Match, and start looking through potential matches. If you see his profile come up, then you know you have a cheating boyfriend.

Look Through His Emails

Certain emails can let you know what your boyfriend has been doing behind your back.

Most emails are junk mail, but you might find something that reveals what your boyfriend’s been up to.

It can take a little while to weed through all the daily promotional and spam emails. Looking through your boyfriend’s emails, though, could reveal some useful information. Many banks send monthly statements via email to reduce wasting paper. There are also some retailers send their receipts by email now, too. You might even find an email about a secret phone line you didn’t know he had.

I hope you’ll be able to discover if you have a cheating boyfriend or not with these methods. Although new technology has made it easier to spy on what people are doing, it’s also a convenient way to meet new people. Should your relationship come to an end, consider online dating in the future. It has its own dangers and risks, but you might be able to find a faithful partner who makes you happy.

Android Oreo will support apps that can spy on texts.

What to Expect from Android Oreo

The news of Android Oreo’s release is buzzing around the Internet. Like every other version of the Android operating system, the newest one is named after a sweet snack. Some phones, such as the Pixel and the Nexus, have already received this update or will be getting it pretty soon. For other devices, there’s a wait that could be over half a year. Everything depends on the phone manufacturer and model. Not only will Oreo be easy to use, but it will still support apps that can spy on texts. You’ll find it to be the most user-friendly iteration of Android OS yet.

Longer Battery Life

While smartphones are a great modern convenience, it’s extremely frustrating when they run out of battery. Especially when you’re nowhere near a charger. Android Oreo should slow down this process. The system has streamlined programs that run in the background, so you’ll enjoy a longer battery life.

A New Set of Emojis

If you’re looking to spy on texts, emojis are the most telling sign of a message’s intent. With the release of Android Oreo, Google has redesigned its emojis. They now look more like traditional smiley faces instead of the former, blob-like characters. This change makes it easier to illustrate your own reactions and better understand your friends’.

Blue Light Filter

Blue light can affect your sleeping habits.

The blue light from your phone can disrupt your sleep.

This new change to the Android OS actually might improve your sleeping habits. Numerous studies have been conducted to examine how blue light can affect people’s moods and disrupt their circadian rhythms. Oreo’s new “Night Light” feature allows you to alter the intensity of the blue light emitting from your phone. In addition, it’ll automatically activate at sunset.

Smart Text Features

Copying and pasting text on a computer is easy, but it’s not as simple of a task on a smartphone. Fortunately, Google has implemented “smart text” into the newest Android release. It’ll automatically recognize addresses, phone numbers, and more so you can copy and paste them accordingly. Facebook’s Messenger app has had this feature for quite some time, and it’s great to see the Android OS catch up.

Less Clutter from Notifications

If you’re like me, then you probably get stressed out when you come back to your phone and see tons of notifications clogging up the lock screen. Oreo eliminates some of that clutter by grouping notifications from the same app together with dots. This allows you to view all of your notifications in a simple, organized layout.

While you’re gearing up for this exciting smartphone release, be sure to read up on how you can spy on texts. You’ll be ready to access everything you need with Android’s new update.