AUSTIN, Texas, Nov. 1, 2012 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Popular Android tracking app, SMSTracker (http://smstracker.com), introduced the SMSTracker "Tracking" poll, by asking its subscribers to answer one question, "if you were the adoptive parent of both President Barack Obama and Governor Mitt Romney, who would you monitor with SMSTracker?" The unscientific poll of 4,620 subscribers showed a virtual dead heat between the two presidential candidates with Obama garnering a slight edge at 2,323 and Romney at 2,297.
SMSTracker, the most comprehensive tracking app available only for Android-devices, is designed to monitor user's inbound and outbound text messages, MMS, Internet browsing history, caller ID, GPS location among other smartphone usage via its secure web portal. It was developed by Austin-based Gizmoquip, a mobile app and software development company specializing in intelligence gathering for parents with troubled teens and at-risk youth.
"We thought it would be interesting and timely to ask our subscribers which presidential candidate they would monitor using SMSTracker," said Michael Kupka, co-founder and co-developer of SMSTracker. "The results show us that both U.S. presidential candidates' smartphone usage intrigue our customers."
The poll, which was open to U.S. and international subscribers of SMSTracker, began on October 9th and ended on October 16th. Subscribers were limited to only respond once to the poll question via SMSTracker's web portal. This is the first time SMSTracker has polled its users.
Launched in 2011, SMSTracker has been downloaded more than 800,000 times.
SMSTracker is the most comprehensive Android tracking app available on Google Play today. It is available as a free app for users to track text messages and GPS location. The premium version, which offers additional features such as MMS, caller ID, Internet browsing, etc., is available starting at $3.99/month. Developed by Gizmoquip, an Austin-based mobile app and software development company, SMSTracker was designed to give parents with troubled teens and at-risk youth peace of mind. To learn more about SMSTracker, please visit: http://smstracker.com.