I have been doing reviews from last few years and just recently, I extended my interest towards cell phone spying apps and how they could actually transform the digital security spectrum. But I must say, the last time I did a review that was peculiar as this one would be for the binary options trading, and I certainly found lots of similarities between the two.
For someone who doesn’t know how digital marketing is really executed, it’s difficult to identify real reviews from the fake ones. And while I was looking for customer reviews on these two apps, I felt that most of them were either from affiliates or paid (more on this later).
- Both apps have a relatively similar pricing so that allows for a more comprehensive comparison.
- Users can easily ignore price/features correlation if there are too many differences between the products reviewed.
- I found these two iPhone spying software to have quite a similar mechanism and performance during my initial testing through demos.
If you had been thinking about using either mSpy or XnSpy, this read will certainly be helpful with picking one that suits you more. So here it is my review on XnSpy vs. mSpy.
Feature & Pricing
Let’s talk about the features and pricing before moving onto the performance on these two apps.
Both apps provide very similar features and billing options, and the both are available in Basic and Premium packages. Here are the pricing details.
|Real-time GPS Tracking||✅||✅|
|Geo-fencing and alerts||✅||✅|
|Call & Surroundings Recording||✅||✅|
|Phone logs (calls, SMS, emails, internet browsing history, calendar entries)||✅||✅|
Social Media monitoring
|Facebook, Instagram, WhatsApp, Viber, Line, Skype, Kik, iMessage, Tinder.||Skype, WhatsApp, iMessage, Viber, Snapchat, Line, Telegram, Tinder , Hangouts, Facebook.|
|Multimedia Files||Photos, Videos, Audio||Photos, Video, Audio|
|Remote Commands||Device Wipe, Device Locking, Screenshot.||Device Wipeout, Device Locking.|
|Watchlist Alerts for words and contacts||✅||✖|
There is certainly a lag in real-time tracking on both apps, so it would be a little inappropriate to call it live location tracking. Call recording works smoothly on XNSPY, while mSpy allows you to spy on Snapchat which is an added advantage.
As we can see that the features on both devices are quite similar, so in terms of pricing, XNSPY is a much better option if you are planning to get a Premium version, while you would be indifferent between the two for 12-month Basic, and better off with mSpy’s 1-month and 3-month packages.
In the case of these two iPhone spy software, it was certainly a close call, as features on the two apps were quite similar. For pricing, mSpy is a winner in the Basic package, while Xnspy wins over the Premium.
Most of the people don’t use the “Basic” package as it’s too basic and hardly provides any value for your money. Premium packages are better and XNSPY is certainly a more pocket-friendly choice.
That’s all from my side. Let me know what you think about the review. Don’t forget to use the comments section.