A software called mSpy allows parents to see what their children are sending on , as well as who they're calling, texting, emailing and where they are.
But when strung together, one photo and movie after another, they become stories—chronological accounts of a day.
The triangles mean that you sent the last item, and the squares show that your friend was the last person to send you a snap.
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Hearts pink, red, yellow, whatever mean this person is your best friend, due to all the snaps you two send back and forth.
The parent must download the software onto their child's phone first.