iHusband app remotely activates hubby's iPhone cam and mic
by Keven Thibeault
In January 2010 iPhone app developer David F. Snelling published iWife 1.1 , selling for 99 cents. It allows users to store images and contact links for their wife or partner. Basically it was a social networking app allowing only one single contact in your network – your wife.
I was curious so I searched the iTunes store and was surprised to find NO “iHusband“.
We at Logical Design plan to launch iHusband summer of 2010 and suspect there could be a big market for it. We came up with these compelling features and guess it would sell like shamwows, but maybe not as good as Grand Theft Auto or Chess.
- Remote stealth installation initiated from wife’s iPhone
- Remote activation of husband’s iPhone camera and mic, from wife’s iPhone
- Live video and audio feeds from hubby’s iPhone streamed and played on wife’s iPhone
- GPS ‘breadcrumb’ display of husbands whereabouts overlaid onto Google Maps
- Instant on-demand sync of husband’s call, text, tweet, Facebook activity
- Verified schedule summary of games shown at local sports pubs, listed by bowling night, poker night, and fantasy football night.
- Warning alarm sounds on wife’s iPhone if husband enters any Best Buy, Guitar Center, Porche Dealer, Apple Store, Casino, or Gentlemen’s club