Thursday, September 8, 2016

Review: Xnspy Undetectable Monitoring App for Moms



Good day, my friends 
 I wish you a splendid day! I am excited to share something new and innovative with you today on my mom blog. It’s an undetectable undercover agent sort of software technology – XnSpy.

I care very much about my family. Everything centers on my daughter Little B for me. Little Miss Belle loves reading all the time, and although I try to be with her all the time, there are times when I can't read with her. She loves reading Disney Princesses and Harry Potter on the tablet, or sometimes on my iPhone.
I love encouraging her and I want her to grow into a confident and beautiful young woman. A couple of times, I found her exploring Google images and just in time, I noticed some unpleasant images in the background. I am sure most moms have faced the same problem. I quickly took the iPhone and swayed her away from browsing for that moment. However, it made me wonder what would have happened if I hadn't acted quickly.

This is when I searched online and found Xnspy - a monitoring app. It allows me to remotely track everything my daughter does on the tablet or a cell phone. All I had to do was subscribe to it, and start using the features from the control panel. This way, she will have the confidence to use modern technology while I have peace of mind.

It comes with some very interesting features like text monitoring. This allows me to read all text messages sent and received while Little Miss Belle is using the cell phones to speak to her friends. In fact, I can listen to calls made too. I can also turn on the recorder remotely from the control panel of the app to know what she talks about with her friends while I am not close by. 


Taking photos and making videos is also something she is starting to explore now. While she used my cell phone, I can check every now and then, to make sure that she hasn’t sent or received unwanted content. The internet has some dark corners and even accidentally clicking some sites can cause a bad impact on my child’s innocence. I never want this to happen to little Miss B. Therefore, I needed something that helps me track browser history. This monitoring app does that too.

On some days, I let her go with family or babysitters while I am busy. The inbuilt tracking feature allows me to check my child’s real-time GPS location whenever I want. With the geofencing feature, which many people don’t know about, I can watchlist places. This means that if my child leaves a specific location or goes out of a watchlisted range, the app notifies me. I get a great deal of mental peace this way. The app sends me alerts for all the features I’ve enabled in the settings. Users can configure the notifications according to their needs. 


This makes it a very neat app and it is easy to use too.
I often tell my daughter I am watching her cell phone and tablet usage. The reason for this is that I want her to be open with me. I also want her to feel safe as she grows and uses cell phones. I know  there are bullies online. A day will come when she would start using Facebook messenger, WhatsApp, Skype, Viber, LINE, and KIK. By then, my supervision would teach her how to tackle unwanted people and know where to draw the line.

Try this monitoring app. You can download it from Google Play Store or subscribe to it directly from the app's website.

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16 comments:

  1. Wow! It sounds interesting. I know it does give Parents a sense of relief to know more about their Children's use of technology in this crazy technology world of ours but it seems a bit intrusive. I'm glad individual users would be able to configure the settings to fit their family needs.

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  2. This its great the world keep chaning and we need to always find ways to protect our future generation.

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  3. Wow! This really sounds great, I really love the idea behind it.Our children's welfare is key. Thanks for sharing.

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  4. This is a great app! My older kids are always on their phones so we track them with Qustodio. Thanks for sharing!

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    1. It's a good thing that you do track their phones ;)

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  5. Yes, the internet can be a scary thing sometimes.
    I'm not a parent yet, but I can see this is a very good and useful app.

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    1. Indeed, the internet is very scary, when you become a parent, you will feel quite protective of your kids, so apps like these are godsend!

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  6. This is so awesome! I don't have kids, but when I do I'm sure I'll be using this app as well!

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  7. Ohh, this sounds interesting. Not something that I need now as my boy is only two but definitely for the future.

    Shireen | Reflection of Sanity

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    1. Yes, you'll definitely be needing this in the coming years!

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  8. this sounds nice! I'm glad you found it and you're sharing it :)

    xoxo, rae
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    1. It is very nice and useful, sharing for all!

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  9. Great app!
    xx


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  10. nice app!

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