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mSpy aims to be the ultimate parental control solution for remote monitoring and collecting data from a child’s smartphone in the background. But the app goes beyond simply just monitoring and also puts a system in place to allow parents to increase cybersecurity awareness for their children and help prevent things like cyberbullying and other online material that could be harmful or inappropriate. With an easy to use Control Panel, parents can log in at any time to check on their kid’s activities and control restrictions.
Restrict incoming calls – Monitor sent/received messages
mSpy provides several tools for monitoring messages on your children’s device including the ability view sent and received text messages as well as conversations from other messaging apps like WhatsApp, Snapchat, Facebook Messenger, Instagram and more. Messaging monitoring can also help you keep an eye on emails including notifying you when predefined inappropriate keywords are detected.
You can also restrict incoming calls as well as access call history and the device’s contact list remotely. And you’ll find a full keylogger included in addition to access to photo and video content from messages and elsewhere on the device.
Real-time location tracking and geo-fence settings
mSpy allows you to track a device in real-time using its GPS location, but it also offers a Geo Fencing feature that will notify you when your child reaches the boundaries of a pre-defined area (as pictured above).
Block websites and apps
In addition to being able to simply block apps and block websites on Android, mSpy also gives you the ability to browse the device’s web history and bookmarks to get a full look at what your child is doing online outside of just the apps and websites you’ve decided to already block or restrict access to.