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mSpy interview with an Online Police Sergeant

blog-interview

Online safety for children has been a major concern for mSpy, your #1 parental control app. It is our goal to educate parents on online safety issues to reduce the risk their kids are exposed to while being online. We had been honored to interview an Internet police sergeant Steve Shepherd also known as ‘Online Safety Cop’ from Devon and Cornwall Police and UK Safer Internet Centre on his view on online safety.

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Why use the mSpy GPS location and Geofencing Features

GPS location

The world today has become so small with the advancement of technology that you can know where anybody is with a GPS location app. Knowing where your kid is has always brought satisfaction to every parent. mSpy location and Geofencing features give you more than just the location of your kid’s phone. Continue reading

How the mSpy WhatsApp monitoring works

WhatsApp monitoring

Most parents think WhatsApp monitoring cannot be done because of its end to end encryption. But the mSpy parental control app gives you that privilege. WhatsApp is a cross – platform instant messaging app that relies on an Internet connection for its operation. It is one of the leading messaging apps in the world with its current usage population of over 1.2 million users as at January 2017. Continue reading

Christmas with mSpy – Big Sale!

christmassaleThe Christmas season is one for fun, merrymaking and exchanging of gifts. Kids love Christmas. They have all sorts of wishes. Some real, some fantasies. Family plan all year round on where to go for the holidays, the parties they will organize. So do our young ones. They also have huge plans.

With all these plans for the Christmas, things can go terribly wrong in so many ways. And as a parent, you need to be in the know whatever your kids plan to do during this holiday period. Continue reading

mLite goes global and gets a multilingual interface

mLite parental control application is now available in French, German, Spanish, Italian, Portuguese, Turkish and Korean.

mLite, an application created to improve user experience in kids monitoring, continues its expansion and has reached 300,000+ downloads at Google Play in December. mLite wants its customers to feel the maximum user comfort including an interface in their mother tongue. Starting from early December 2016 mLite is available at Google Play in 7 multilingual versions including French, German, Spanish, Italian, Portuguese, Turkish and Korean. Continue reading