A private investigation application is a web, mobile, or desktop application that enables users to search for and find people. Private investigators use the app to identify potential targets for investigations. The app may offer various features such as reverse-lookup phone numbers or missing persons reports.
Private investigation apps are similar to collaboration apps, which are also used for team projects, group planning, and other purposes. One of the best examples of a private investigation app is Instamapper.
Private investigation platform that enables clients to easily manage their cases.
A private investigation app can grow by adding features that are attractive to existing users. Two common strategies for growing private investigation apps are including more locations and adding more service options. With these strategies, the app will provide value to existing users while also increasing its product awareness.
An investigative app can face legal issues related to the handling of customer information, and compliance with the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) and SOX. Apps that monitor employee activity and communications in a corporate environment are required to have explicit consent from all users prior to monitoring or recording. If your app requires consent, you will want to consider including consent-gathering mechanisms in the on-boarding process of your app.