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XNSPY, the Cell Phone Tracker App that Delivers what it Promises

Published on 13 April 15
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Monitoring apps for parents are as under appreciated as they are controversial. Kids are going to be exposed to inappropriate thingsâthatâs the reality of the time where smartphones have taken over. This means anything and everything has been made available to your child. In that sense, monitoring apps simply act as a vehicle for responsible parenting in 2015.

Weâre going to scrutiny XNSPY today; a cell phone tracker app that does everything youâd dread. But it is that fearlessness that makes it an app you canât miss.

Monitoring From Afar

What strikes you about this app right away is that all monitoring prowess comes into play remotely. You donât need constant access to the device in question. You donât even need occasional access. Getting hold of the device is a one-time thing, and you do it only to install the app. After that, all the monitoring happens from a control panel on the web.

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This is good for two reasons. One, the parent can monitor from anywhereâat work, on the go, at home while the child is at school. Two, your parenting decisions can be more informed when you know more about your child.

A Striking Monitoring Cache

Thereâs a lot that kids can do on their smartphones, and XNSPY seems to have noticed that. It has taken into account the way that a modern teenager or tween would use their phone and designed tools that would help the parent keep an eye on those things.

For instance, it has got a Facebook monitoring feature so that parents can look at their kidâs inbox. Theyâve got the same mechanism for other IMsâWhatsApp, Viber, Line and Skype.

But theyâve also got other parental control tools such as a GPS tracker. And it comes with a geo-fencing update where the parent is given a push notification if a kid enters, letâs say, a tavern.

There is plenty more, so parents can pick and choose what form of digital parenting methods they want to apply with their child.

A Few Downsides

There are still areas where the app is lacking. For instance, Windows Phone users are going to find themselves ignoredâXNSPY is only available for Android and iOS. It also has a lot of catching up to do as far as other popular apps are concerned. Kids these days widely use Vine, Instagram, Snapchat and Twitter, and this software offers no monitoring solution for them.

All in all, it delivers on what it promisesâwhich is an inside out parental monitoring experience. A few more tweaks, though, and the app could really progress.

Monitoring apps for parents are as under appreciated as they are controversial. Kids are going to be exposed to inappropriate thingsâthatâs the reality of the time where smartphones have taken over. This means anything and everything has been made available to your child. In that sense, monitoring apps simply act as a vehicle for responsible parenting in 2015.

Weâre going to scrutiny XNSPY today; a cell phone tracker app that does everything youâd dread. But it is that fearlessness that makes it an app you canât miss.

Monitoring From Afar

What strikes you about this app right away is that all monitoring prowess comes into play remotely. You donât need constant access to the device in question. You donât even need occasional access. Getting hold of the device is a one-time thing, and you do it only to install the app. After that, all the monitoring happens from a control panel on the web.

XNSPY, the Cell Phone Tracker App that Delivers what it Promises - Image 1

This is good for two reasons. One, the parent can monitor from anywhereâat work, on the go, at home while the child is at school. Two, your parenting decisions can be more informed when you know more about your child.

A Striking Monitoring Cache

Thereâs a lot that kids can do on their smartphones, and XNSPY seems to have noticed that. It has taken into account the way that a modern teenager or tween would use their phone and designed tools that would help the parent keep an eye on those things.

For instance, it has got a Facebook monitoring feature so that parents can look at their kidâs inbox. Theyâve got the same mechanism for other IMsâWhatsApp, Viber, Line and Skype.

But theyâve also got other parental control tools such as a GPS tracker. And it comes with a geo-fencing update where the parent is given a push notification if a kid enters, letâs say, a tavern.

There is plenty more, so parents can pick and choose what form of digital parenting methods they want to apply with their child.

A Few Downsides

There are still areas where the app is lacking. For instance, Windows Phone users are going to find themselves ignoredâXNSPY is only available for Android and iOS. It also has a lot of catching up to do as far as other popular apps are concerned. Kids these days widely use Vine, Instagram, Snapchat and Twitter, and this software offers no monitoring solution for them.

All in all, it delivers on what it promisesâwhich is an inside out parental monitoring experience. A few more tweaks, though, and the app could really progress.

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  1. 09 October 15
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    Im vert glab about this software. Need to Use :) mobile spy app gps spy app

  2. 07 October 15
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    Thank for sharing. I'm using this app, so great! I have know MxSpy and Copy9, it is also quite interesting.

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