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Is It Possible to Track Android with iPhone?

May 20, 2015
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Tracking apps are gaining their top positions among mobile monitoring software for a reason. The apps are easy-to-use and provide a very important aspect – security for your child.

According to the recent poll, a modern child spends around three hours online using his/her smartphone. And while the Internet is a powerful platform for studying and entertainment, it does open the adult world for a child, who is not ready to see it yet.

Cyberbullying might be one of the biggest problems in online world for children. For those who are not familiar with the term, cyberbullying is the same as traditional bullying all of us have experienced or participated in. However, cyberbullying is even more aggressive, it is explained by the fact that children don’t see each other, which creates an illusion of immunity.

  • Nearly 50% of kids have experienced cyberbullying.
  • More than 70% of students report seeing online bullying.
  • Girls are twice as likely as boys to be bullied online.
  • Only 2 in 10 kids will inform their parents about online attacks.
  • Bullying victims admit to express anger, sadness and even depression after going online.

To prevent cyberbullying parents can monitor children online activity. If you don’t want to disturb their privacy, you can install a monitoring app that will allow you to track your child’s phone remotely through your PC or a cell phone. You can use an iPhone app to track an Android phone and vice versa. It works on both platforms. The monitoring features include:

  1. GPS location tracking;
  2. SMS, calls logs monitoring;
  3. Social media monitoring;
  4. Browsing Internet history and bookmarks;
  5. Blocking 18+ websites and apps;
  6. Monitoring snap chats like Skype, Viber and WhatsApp;
  7. Using a keylogger;
  8. Blocking unwanted numbers.

Mobile monitoring apps were designed for mobile security and protection of children. As for parents, it is our responsibility to keep children safe both online and offline. We should understand that the Internet world is an alternative place for our kids, where they have friends, reputation and their personal secrets. To make sure no one is bothering our kids we need to keep them away from such online dangers as cyberbullying.

Cyberbullying occurs by using phones and computers. It can be done through instant messaging, social media, YouTube, emails and direct messages.

Rachel Fowlers
Rachel Flowers is a journalist with a big passion for technologies. She has recently graduated from San Francisco State University and sees herself as a freelance writer. She enjoys blogging about computer and mobile technologies as well as different software. In her free time, she learns coding and foreign languages. Contact .
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