The command to take the screenshots can be generated with a click of a button and sent with another click. This command is called a “Bug” in TOS terminology. You can capture the screen activity of a device at a particular moment after the bug is created and sent to the mobile device in just total of two clicks. When you want to know what the target is doing on his mobile device or computer, you can create a bug in an instance and send it to the device you are spying on and get an insight of how the device is being used.
This is a powerful feature for both corporate use and household security and surveillance. The Screen Shot feature of TOS can be configured also. You can set the number of screenshots to be taken like 5, 10 and 15. The TOS platform also helps you to determine the time delay in seconds between each of the snapshots. The interval can be 15, 30 to 60 seconds. For example, TOS can give you five screenshots with the time interval of 15 seconds in between each of the five-screen snaps of the device.
The Status of each bug is also available on a click of a button that gives you the date and time with the number of screenshots and whether the bug is pending delivery or delivered. Once the bug is successfully deployed on the target device, it will transmit back the pre-mentioned information to the monitoring web portal and the mobile app where you can view the snaps of the targeted mobile phone or the computer with its metadata. If you need to capture another round of snapshots you need to create another bug and so on and so forth.