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How Pumpic Secures Your Kid

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Control cell phone use

  • Track calls and text messages
  • Monitor contacts and calendar
  • View videos and photos
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Track remotely

  • Locate devices anywhere in Canada
  • Blocks or limit websites and apps
  • Set geo-fences, check the alerts
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Follow online activities

  • Bookmarks and search history
  • WhatsApp, Viber, Skype, and Kik
  • Facebook, Instagram, and emails

Online Danger Statistics & Facts

children in Canada use smartphones to go online.
kids have sent sexual messages under pressure.
Canadian parents report their kids have been bullied.

Online danger comprising cyberbullying, sexting, and child abuse is burning issues in Canada these days. In fact, Canadian kids of 13 years old have the ninth highest rate of bullying both offline and on the web compared to other countries. That’s why understanding possible danger, explaining it to kids, and applying parental monitoring appropriately secures your loved ones and even saves their lives.

Cyberbullying Remains One of Major Suicide Factors Among Teenagers

  • In 2012, 15-year-old Amanda Todd posted a video online. There she told her story of being cyberbullied relentlessly. Soon after, she took her own life.
  • 42-year-old Robert Campbell was charged for cyberbullying and online harassment of 38 teenage victims from different states. 18 of them were from Ottawa.

The Internet is dangerous environment for children and it must be held under control constantly. Children take online reality too seriously and that’s why parents should monitor what kind of content they see, what kind of posts they like and share, and most importantly whom they communicate with. Nowadays in Canada thanks to parental monitoring software, parents can track each step children take on the web and thus, prevent stranger danger in the making.

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The Government Takes Action

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With online reality penetrating deeply into children’s lives, cyberbullying cases including distributing explicit and sexually suggestive photos and videos increase rapidly. Just as rapidly, it becomes a burning issue of the society, since sometimes online bullying forces teenagers to commit suicide.

In May 2015, a new law came into force in Canada. It prohibits non-consensual distribution of intimate content and applies to everyone, not just the underage. At the same time, Canadian Criminal Code prescribes punishment for both offline and online bullying. A restraint for that depends on the exact nature of the bullying behavior.

Take Control – Protect Your Children on Your Own

No matter what measures the government takes, more often than not it cannot protect your one and only child. Any law as well as any charge seem unlikely to pacify your resentment, if your kid was assaulted. That’s why you should bring the situation under personal control and secure child safety on your own.

With Pumpic mobile phone monitoring software, which is now available in Canada, you can avert stranger danger and online predator attacks in the making.

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Pumpic Features

Pumpic provides you with multitask monitoring software designed to protect your family. You will hardly find a better solution containing more than 22 tracking features in one simple app.

Supported OS Versions:

  • IOS
    IOS 6.0 - 11.2
    iCloud password required
  • Android 2.2 - 6.0.1
    Some features require root
  • Monitor SMS and MMS
  • Monitor Calls History
  • View Calendar
  • View Contacts
  • View Emails
  • View Photos
  • View Videos
  • Remote Control Panel
  • Control Browser
  • Control Applications
  • View Bookmarks
  • View Notes
  • Block Device
  • Location Tracking
  • Geo-fences
  • Keylogger
  • Monitor WhatsApp
  • Monitor Skype
  • Monitor Facebook IM
  • Monitor Viber
  • Monitor Instagram
  • Monitor Kik
  • Monitor Snapchat
  • SMS Commands
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Remote Smartphone Monitoring

Right after installing Pumpic, all the data from the target device will be sent to your Control Panel. It can be accessed from any browser and any gadget, including PCs, mobile phones and tablets. In Control Panel, you can not only view the information, but also set restrictions, block, and limit some of activities.

How It Works

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Pick a subscription plan

Visit our Store, check out available subscription plans and choose the one that meets your expectations and monitoring preferences. After you submit a payment, you will receive an email with setup instructions.

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Set up

Pumpic app setup process will take you no longer than 5 minutes. Follow the guidelines in the email to complete the setup. Note that physical access to the Android target device is required before installation. It may be as well needed to launch iOS solution (iCloud monitoring) (check/adjust settings, turn Backup on).

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Track remotely

To see the data from the target device, access your Control Panel via or Mobile App for iOS & Android (has a limited amount of features!). In the Control Panel, you can view logs, media files, location history, set restrictions, manage your devices and subscriptions.

Trusted by Over 10,000 Customers Worldwide:

John M. – Toronto, Ontario

“I’ve been looking for reliable parental monitoring app to keep an eye on my son when at work. A friend of mine recommended Pumpic. He’s been using it for a while. I didn’t know I could track so many activities with one single app. Most apps allow location tracking or alike separately. Meanwhile Pumpic includes everything I need in one. I recommend Pumpic as a very useful parenting tool.”

Margaret O. – Windsor, Ontario

“When we moved to Ontario and my son encountered bullying at school and was systematically bullied online, I didn’t know what to do. I didn’t know if there were any reliable cell phone tracker in Canada. I searched online and came across Pumpic. I was so surprised and pleased, when I saw from how many dangers the app can prevent my son. I now can monitor if someone offends him and take action instantly.”

Steven S. – Kitchener, Ontario

“I use Pumpic to monitor who calls my daughter and at what time. She’s 15 and good looking. Many boys are all over her at school and online all the time. I also monitor her text communication and web sites she visits. I don’t want her to get into troubles or fall under influence of a bad company. That’s why I prefer mobile security. Pumpic helps me handle everything I need to protect my girl from strangers.”

Ryan L. – Winnipeg, Manitoba

“It’s impossible to overvalue the usefulness of Pumpic if you’ve got kids. Parenting is a tough task and responsibility as you must always be there, take care, and keep your eyes open. Thankfully, Pumpic provides such an opportunity. Preferably, I use phone tracking as I’m out of Canada on business very often. The app also lets me follow online activities my kids are engaged in.”

Tod P. – Sudbury, Ontario

“My daughter is 16 y.o. and the time has come when she goes on dates and visits different parties with her friends. I don’t mind it, however, I need to be sure she’s fine when going out. Pumpic child tracker lets me keep an eye on her, even when I’m away from Canada.”

Megan J. – Edmonton, Alberta

“Pumpic app is an excellent choice for careful parents. It comprises many useful features like Facebook, Instagram, and online chat monitoring. Children seem to have a bee in their bonnets, when it comes to smartphones and the Internet these days. That’s why I consider parental monitoring essential if you give your kid a mobile device. Pumpic is a must have in a parenting list.”