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‘Hotel My Phone’ App Lets You Use Someone Else’s Phone Like It Were Yours

by Hazel Chua
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It’s ironic how you seem to run out of battery when you need your phone the most. Don’t fret if you’ve got the Hotel My Phone app installed on your phone, though. Just borrow the phone of a friend, install the app, and sign into your account. Awesomely enough, you’ll be able to send messages and make calls using your number, even when you’re not using your phone.

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Hotel My Phone will have access to your call and SMS data, but once you’ve logged out, you can rest easy knowing that the data won’t be accessible on your friend’s device.

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The app is free to use if you get active and invite friends and contacts to join the network. However, you’ll need to pay $1 whenever you “check into” a phone that’s outside of your network if you want to skip adding people to the app network.

You can download Hotel My Phone for iOS and Android now.

[via Geek]

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Comments (3):

  1. evildead says:

    I’m not putting my shit on someone’s phone…is this keylogger proof? Doubt it.

    • Paul Strauss says:

      I’m betting that it stores everything encrypted in the cloud, and not on the other person’s phone. You’re accessing your info via the app.

      • Kim says:

        It’s intended to be very safe & secure in that you’re only doing it on a friend’s phone – i.e. a person you trust. It’s timed in-case you forget to log out. Paul is right, nothing is stored on the host’s phone. Pretty cool new solution to a problem we all encounter.

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