6 Apps that Let you See What your Kids are Doing Online

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How to keep track of your child’s activities on phone and computer?

The perilous stories of social media accidents haunt every parent, making it essential to keep an eye on your child’s cellphone usage. On the internet, our children are not safe unless we take active measures to ensure their safety.

The best way to do that is by monitoring their cell phone activity via a powerful iPhone spy app so that you know who they’re mingling with, what they’re discussing most and where they are.


Updated: Aug 2019

Here are reviews of the best iPhone spy apps you can find to keep your kids safe online;

1. MobiStealth

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Filter and monitor your child’s email, Internet history, phone contacts, and calendars, track their GPS location in real-time and block the inappropriate content to ensure you are notified when they diverge from safety.

Lock or wipe their phone if you’re not happy about their whereabouts.

For $12.99/, they offer the widest range of features possible, excellent customer support and a simple, fluid interface, making it one of the best apps to monitor your child’s phone activities.

If you have basic needs to be fulfilled, this parental monitoring app should be of your choice.

It’s compatible with iOS, Android, and Computers (Windows plus Mac)

2. mSpy

 app monitor your kids and employees' activites

Latest: mSpy is now available for Windows and Mac computers.

Other latest news from mSpy is that they have added 3 new features for their premium customers.

Our Review: – 

One of the leading phone and PC monitoring apps in the current market. All the basic and advanced monitoring functions of logging calls and texts, Whatsapp, Viber, Skype, and Facebook conversations as well as browsing history are available.

Block contacts and apps you don’t approve of. If you worry about their safety, simply track them via GPS along with Geofencing feature – virtual boundary alerts you if the target device enters into the area.


The distinguishing Keylogger feature makes it an ideal choice for parents concerned about who their children are befriending and what they’re sharing with them.

Available for approx. $29.99/month and mSpy was previously available for jailbroken iOS devices. They also offer iPhone spy app without jailbreak that supports iOS up to 9.x.x.

However, the single month subscription option and excellent 24/7 customer support can certainly make up for the shortfalls.

3. Qustodio


If what you need is a flexible and instinctive way to manage and monitor the activity of your child, Qustodio is the parental control software to turn to.

Qustodio safeguards your children’s web activity and involvement in social networks vigorously. It has smart internet filter scans and thus scrutinizes every single website and in turn, allows you to block any website.

It allows you to see and control games and application, monitor or block Calls or SMS, track location and get instant alerts and it lets you manage the amount of time your child spends on using a device and the amount of internet usage can be controlled, too.

Compatibility: It works on Windows, Mac, iOS (iPhone, iPad, iPod touch) and Android.


4. CovenantEyes

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The Covenant is the perfect Internet filter app for phones and tablets. 

This is a parental control app and has multiple features such as Internet filtering to block inappropriate web content, panic button, replace Safari with CovenantEyes safe browser, block unwanted apps and let you know what other apps have been used on Android and iPhone.

The CovenantEyes comes with personal package starts at $10/month and Family package costs at flat rate $14/month – unlimited installations. A 30 days money-back guarantee and toll-free support come with each package.

Available for: ”Windows®, Mac® OS, iPhone®, iPad®, iPod touch®, and Android™ phones and tablets, including Kindle Fire and Kindle Fire HD (Filtering is not available for Android)


5. Mobicip

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Safe internet for your family, school or business is what Mobicip (my review on Mobicip) offers and delivers.

Being compatible with all smartphones, tablets, and computers (Windows only), Mobicip is multi-platform.

It gives you the option to secure multiple users and/or devices at the same time and from one account.

Hand in hand with features like mobile parental controls; web usage, app monitoring, managing application usage, and their downloading, online management; review entire browsing reports and customize settings from the online dashboard, it also provides advanced content filtering.

Mobicip turns into a browser and eliminates even the probability of unwanted access.

6. Screen Time

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Manage the time your kids spend on their tablets and smart phones

ScreenTime provides the following features:

Web and App Report: ScreenTime sends you daily summary showing the websites and apps kids are using and for how long…

Control Over Apps: Allow or reject an app to download on your child’s device through your online control panel and see which apps your kids have downloaded

Block Apps: You can block unwanted apps on your child’s device

Get email alerts: Have emails sent to you when your child visits inappropriate sites.

Screen Time: Manage your child’s device through Screen Time app or via the web using any browser

Availability: ScreenTime is compatible with iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, Android and Kindle Fire

The ScreenTime sanctions parents to breathe a sigh of relief from having to worry that their child might be misusing the internet. This software safeguards your device and in turn, protects your family by restricting your adolescents from viewing explicit content online.

Over to you

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Pick one of these apps according to your needs, ensure your children’s safety over the web, monitor their exposure to inappropriate content and protect your family.

Install the apps, sit back and keep tabs via your phone or tablet – what are you waiting for?