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To Track or Not to Track Your Son’s iPhone

May 27, 2015

Having a son is a real blessing: you will always have the best friend, the strongest man and the most loving person in the world. At the same time, having a son is a headache. And though we want them to grow up and become tough and independent, it takes an enormous amount of time and energy to keep them safe when they are growing up.

Apart from traditional problems that appear while raising a boy, the modern world throws us additional ones presented in the constantly developing technological world. Kids no longer stay at home and play games, now they have iPhones, iPads and iPods to carry around all the time.

Though every boy aged 7-17 should have a smartphone in order to stay up-to-date and simply have connections with his parents, there are still plenty of dangers that we should take into account before buying one. An issue brings up: how can I track my son’s iPhone?

Setting parental controls is the easiest solution we have in order to stay calm and track our kids’ iPhones. Cyberbullying, explicit content, violence, gaming – all these come from spending time in the Internet. And according to the studies modern boys age 7-17 spend around 3 hours online, 90% of this time via their cell phones.

If you decide to track your son’s iPhone, you need to install one of the apps that allows you to monitor your son’s iPhone remotely. You will have an access to all his incoming, outgoing and even deleted messages, calls, contact lists and scheduled events. You can track your son’s GPS location and route history; monitor his social media accounts and general internet activity. If you find out your son is browsing 18+ websites, you can block it remotely without having unpleasant conversations.

One more feature you should definitely bear in mind is Snap chats monitoring. These apps are considered the most dangerous for boys as they use messages that include cursing and sex. This type of messages is called sexting, which is highly popular among teens these days.

Having parental control will not only save your time but precious energy that we need the most.

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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