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Tips on Tracking iPhone with Android

May 26, 2015

With geo-tracking apps, you don’t need to ask your children where they are, you can simply run the app and see their real-time GPS location. While there are some apps that allow geo-tracking on iPhones or Android, there are very few that work on both platforms.

Pumpic mobile monitoring app is one of the few that allow you to track an iPhone with Android and vice versa. If you want to track an iPhone with Android phone, you will need to install Pumpic on your child’s iPhone, which won’t take you longer than 5 minutes. After the installation is complete, you can monitor your child’s iPhone from any part of the world via a PC or a cell phone.

The list of features available to you after installation includes:

  • GPS tracking;
  • Call logs, SMS monitoring;
  • Internet activity monitoring;
  • Social media monitoring;
  • Apps, VoIP messages and snap chats monitoring;
  • Keylogging;
  • 18+ websites blocking;
  • Contacts, calendar, scheduled events;
  • SMS commands;
  • Photos and videos monitoring.

You can use one or all features together to track your child’s smartphone. The most popular reasons to install parental controls are protection and security of your children. Parental controls allow you to detect and prevent cyberbullying in social media websites like Facebook and Instagram. Control your child’s online activity, check bookmarks and sites he/she visits and block the ones you think are inappropriate for your child or contain violence, explicit content, and racial prejudice. In addition, you can view all snap chats and apps to make sure your kid won’t fall into ensnare of online predators.

According to the recent poll, modern children spend around 3 hours online with 90% of the time via their cell phones. While the majority claims that they use the Internet in educational purposes, the number of children browsing 18+ websites is constantly increasing.

More than 70% of kids have experienced or participated in cyberbullying, and only 3 in 10 children inform their parents if they have been bullied online.

Parental controls allow us to keep abreast of our children’s online life in order to protect and secure them from possible dangers.

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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