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How to Monitor Your Child’s iPhone or Android Text Messages.

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Monitor Your Child’s iPhone or Android


Most parents of teenagers are concerned about what their teenage children do online and how their behaviour could be monitored by others. To all the worried parents out there who want to monitor their child’s text message we have good news. Recently child safety website TeenSafe has launched a new version which will let you also read text messages on their Android or iPhone, previous version allows only to check social network activity.


New version will also allow reading messages which are DELETED on the phone!

Today 95 % of the teenage are using android or IPhones. Phones have become a part of life. Social sites like Facebook or Apps like Whatsapp have become an addiction in teenage. These changes can have a positive or negative impact on your child. From online solicitations, sexting, or befriending some less-than-desirable characters, kids can make mistakes caused by youthful inexperience. Hence it is very important for parents to monitor the activities of their child.

TeenSafe also works on an iPhone including iOS9. You don’t need your teen’s phone to set it up, and you can monitor the iPhone without needing to jailbreak it, which can invalidate the iPhone warranty. All you need is your child’s Apple ID and password.

The application for Android smartphone installation is slightly different, but just as easy. Just enter some basic info, accept the app on the phone, and you’re good go.


How to Monitor Your Kid's iPhone or Android -FlashTechLOUD


Once you register with TeenSafe, all the iPhone or Android text messages your child has sent and received gets downloaded to your private login page . You can also view their phone call logs, phone contacts and web browsing history, and monitor Instagram and WhatsApp activity. TeenSafe also uses the phone’s GPS to track its location on a map. And nothing shows up on your child’s phone, so they won’t know about it unless you tell them.


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