10 of the Best Apps for Tracking Kids in 2022
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10 of the Best Apps for Tracking Kids in 2022

Looking for the best apps to help you keep an eye on your kids? Here are the 10 best choices we have for 2022. 1. SPY24: One of the most reliable apps for tracking kids'

10 Most Effective Parental Monitoring Apps of 2022

Looking for the best apps to help you keep an eye on your kids? Here are the 10 best choices we have for 2022. 1. SPY24: One of the most reliable apps for tracking kids' smart devices from afar, SPY24 can record kids' phone screens, follow their GPS location, and look at their online history. It keeps an eye on well-known social networking apps like

Looking for the best apps to help you keep an eye on your kids? Here are the 10 best choices we have for 2022. 1. SPY24: One of the most reliable apps for tracking kids' smart devices from afar, SPY24 can record kids' phone screens, follow their GPS location, and look at their online history. It keeps an eye on well-known social networking apps like


Looking for the best apps to help you keep an eye on your kids? Here are the 10 best choices we have for 2022.


1. SPY24


SPY24 is one of the best apps for remotely tracking kids' smart devices because it can record their phone screens, follow their GPS location, and look at their online history. It keeps an eye on popular social networking apps like Facebook, Instagram, and WhatsApp, so parents can protect their kids from phishing, malware, and online abuse.


Using SPY24's screen recording, parents can quickly see what their kids are doing on social media and look at screenshots from multiple messaging apps. Few apps have this feature, but it protects kids from cyberbullying, fake news, and phishing/ransomware. The interface is very interactive, and each monitoring feature is clearly labeled. And notifications that are easy to set up and set up quickly. SPY24 is designed to be easy to use, which makes it great for people who are just starting.


It also has one of the best Netflix limiters on the market. Users can see how much time their kids spend streaming shows and movies by going to the app usage tab and selecting the app of their choice. It makes it easier to teach kids how to behave online.


2. The family of Norton


Norton Family is one of the best parental control apps on the list that doesn't cost a lot of money and puts users right to work. Go to the online dashboard and click on Web Monitoring to start monitoring. Then, choose a level of restrictions based on how old the child is. These default settings determine which categories your child can access and how Norton Family reacts when they try to go to a site in that category. They are Monitor (Low), Warn (Medium), and Block (High). You can change any of the default settings to fit your needs, or you can choose to watch, warn, or block certain people. It is a much more flexible way to block content based on how bad it is.


A one-year subscription to Norton Family costs $49.99 and comes with features like blocking websites, setting time limits, and tracking where you are. The app can save a child's internet history for up to three months. This makes it one of the best apps for keeping an eye on a child.

3. Kaspersky Safe Kids

Kaspersky Safe Kids is another app that lets parents keep an eye on what their kids do on Macs, PCs, and smartphones. And at $15 a year for as many smart devices, as you want, it's the best deal on this list of the best apps for parental control.

The basic version of the program is free and helps parents filter out dangerous websites, limit the amount of time their kids can use their devices, and block certain apps. On iOS, you can only block apps that are only for people of a certain age.

The paid version of the app builds on top of the free version and adds social media tracking and geolocation monitoring for Android and iOS devices.


But Kaspersky's low prices come with a cost. You can't read your kids' text messages, for starters. Second, the menus on the Android and iOS apps are hard to understand, and the apps' user interfaces feel old. And finally, and most importantly, the web dashboard is slow and can't filter websites running on older websites.


4. Qustodio


Qustodio is one of the easier-to-use parental control apps on this list because it shows all the data being watched in graphs that are easy to understand. Parents can use the graph to keep track of how much time their kids spend on their devices. Any site that fits into one of the ten categories will be automatically blocked by Qustodio. Some of the tags that the app can pick up on are drugs, gambling, pornography, proxies or loopholes, and violence.


Parents can set more specific rules in 19 other areas, such as file sharing and social networking. The app is available for Windows, macOS, Android, Chromebook, iOS, and Kindle, and it works very well across all of these platforms. Qustodio has a free version that only works on one device and can only track what you do online for a week. It has premium programs that cost $54.95, $96.95, or $119.95 for five, ten, or fifteen days.


Qustodio has an easy-to-use online interface that can be set up separately from all the other settings. It can track phone calls and texts sent and received on iOS and Android devices. However, its social media tracking feature can only track Facebook, which is a big letdown for what is otherwise a powerful app for keeping an eye on your kids.


5. NetNanny


This kids' phone spy app works on both iOS and Android devices, and parents can choose what to do when their kids look at dangerous content on the web, like drug use and pornography. NetNanny gives parents three choices about how their kids browse the web: they can let them, block them, or get alerts. So the app works with content that has been marked as bad for kids.


Parents can also tell them not to go online during certain times of the day. They can also block websites and apps so that kids can't get to them at all with just one click.


NetNanny can use the GPS on a child's phone to find out where they are. Parents can see all of their children's locations over a certain period and set limits on how long they can use their phones. It's easy to keep kids safe because you can track their location whenever you need to, and setting time limits lets kids set aside time to study.


6. Bark


The way Bark works and how much it costs are a little disappointing. Bark's strength comes at a cost, in terms of price. The Bark Premium plan costs $14 per month or $99 per year, and it works on an unlimited number of devices.


The Bark Junior app can also be bought for $5 per month or $49 per year, but it only has the most basic parental controls, like blocking inappropriate content, managing apps, setting screen time limits, and tracking your dog's location. Geofencing and logs of your location history are not shown. Parents can't even see where their kids are right away if they want to. Bark feels hit or miss right now. The software filters information with the help of complex algorithms that look at the content data to see if it is sexual, harmful, pornographic, violent, or makes people feel anxious.


7. Hoverwatch


Hoverwatch is a great tool for parents who want to keep track of what their kids are doing on their phones from a distance. The monitoring feature can be turned on or off at any time by the user from the comfort of their own homes.


The most reliable features on the market are monitoring and remote tracking. It works with computers that run Android, Windows, and Mac OS X. You can download the program for free, but you can only use it for a week after your membership is over. Customers of Hoverwatch can use the remote smartphone tracker to see what major instant messaging apps like Facebook, Snapchat, WhatsApp, and Instagram are sending and receiving. One useful thing about the software is that it lets parents look at texts that have been deleted. So, even if your daughter deleted all of her WhatsApp messages by accident, you can still see them.


8. KidsGuard Pro


KidsGuard Pro is a real spy program that gives parents access to their children's Android or iOS phones' call records, messages, videos, photos, contacts, and browsing history. But the app can't get to email without a password. The program also lets parents record phone calls from a distance, grab the screen of their kids' phones, and take pictures with the cameras on their kids' phones. All of these features add to the fact that KidsGuard Pro can be used to spy on children, making it a good choice for worried parents who want to keep an eye on their kids.


KidsGuard Pro costs $29 a month, but if you pay $99 a year for a membership, it only costs $8 a month.

The geolocation tracker in this app, which also tracks Wi-Fi, has features like geofencing, GPS monitoring, and a location history log. This makes it a great app for kids who are going on a trip or traveling abroad.


9. Link to Google Family


Google Family Link is the only option on this list of child monitoring apps that is completely free. And because it is easy to use and works well, it is a great choice for worried parents. With this program, parents can change the permissions for apps on an Android phone. None of the other best apps for parental control give this much control over app permissions, and parents can use both Android and iOS devices to control their kids' phone apps. By turning on this level of access, parents can choose which apps their kids can download and install on their phones.


The app doesn't work with iOS apps from the App Store, and its web filter isn't the best because it can only block websites that are marked as "mature." And sometimes Google Link doesn't block sites that are for adults.


10. Boomerang


Boomerang is the last one on the list. The app is best for younger kids who just got their first smartphone and are still learning how to use it right. When it comes to managing screen time, Boomerang shines. You can stop all activity on your child's phone from anywhere at any time, and you can also set up automatic shutoffs for times like bedtime or school. I liked that you could control activity by the app. For example, you could encourage your child to use educational apps but stop them from using other apps.


But there is a big problem with my recommendation for this parental control app: most of Boomerang's features are only available on Android phones. It doesn't monitor social media or email, but it does offer a safe way to browse the internet and let parents block all apps. Another problem with the app is that it takes a long time to set up, and it can be hard for new users to figure out how to use the menus.


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