Feb 9, 8pm ET #mSpySaferInternet. mSpy arranged a Twitter Party on Safer Internet Day, Feb 9, 2016. People were welcomed to share tips, ideas and resources for parents to help keep their kids safer online. To add some intrigue, mSpy has prepared juicy prizes: $500 worth of Amazon Gift Cards plus mSpy Premium subscriptions. Continue reading
mSpy joins the celebration of Safer internet day and arranges a Twitter party #mSpySaferInternet on February, 9, 2016.
mSpy, an international brand that secures children and provides the highest level of monitoring comfort, and 5minutesformom parental portal join the celebration of International Safer Internet Day to share tips, ideas and resources for parents to help keep their kids safer online. Continue reading
18-year-old Stephanie Johnson-Jonason is facing 7 years in prison, and a $10,000 fine. And that could and, without a shadow of a doubt, should have been avoided if Continue reading
From mid-January 2016 mSpy offers a remote control for Mac PC devices.
The new version of mSpy app for Mac PC 2.6.0, which has been recently released, offers a remote control for any of Mac OS devices including those running under the latest OSX EL Capitan.
All the functions of mSpy, available in earlier versions of application, are still available for the users. The new updates of mSpy 2.6.0 include Block internet by time, Block PC by time, Block application by time and Block websites by time features. Now mSpy users receive a full control over Mac devices being monitored. Parents now can block or limit using websites or even a full device of their children whenever they think it deserves. Moreover mSpy adds Reboot and Shut down features to provide the ultimate remote control. The new updates are available in mSpy Premium bundle. Continue reading
mSpy forecasts five trends that will influence monitoring technology in 2016
mSpy software is marketed primarily at parents and business owners as a way to monitor smartphone, tablet and computer usage of children and employees. Today mSpy shares its forecast of how kids’ monitoring will develop in forthcoming 2016.
Cloud is everything
Cloud solutions promise speed, agility, flexibility, infinite elasticity and innovation. Yet, if someone else has access to kids’ computers and software, parents need tools to stay secure. There is also a risk that children will store the information, they want to hide from parents, in cloud. 2016 will offer a revolution in cloud monitoring in which mSpy will play the leading role providing the highest level of kids’ security. Continue reading
mSpy, the leader of the global parental control market, announces 2015 year results.
Today mSpy is an international brand that secures children and provides the highest level of monitoring comfort. mSpy software is marketed primarily at parents and business owners as a way to monitor smartphone, tablet and computer usage of children and employees. mSpy is no more just a single Android or iOS app, yet, an ecosystem including desktop monitoring software and a web-based dashboard. The download of a cross-platform children monitoring solution is most convenient via mSpy brand site mSpy.com. In 2015 demo mSpy control panel became available on Google Play and now reached its 100 000+ downloads which actually means 700-1000 daily downloads. mSpy also keeps one of the key places in Monitoring Software category at download.cnet.com with more than 115 000 downloads. Continue reading
A good Christmas gift for all parents. Christmas holidays are coming which means children will get an excess of free time soon. mSpy application is designed to secure children and make parents confident that children are safe.
If your child is going to spend Christmas holidays at home its quite natural to become sure that they are secured and won’t suffer sexting or cyber-bulling. If children are going to spend Christmas season somewhere away GPS tracking will tell parents their current positioning and make sure they are in safe.
mSpy team of experts has been constantly improving the technical level of mSpy parental control application. In 2015 mSpy has obtained monitoring features for 3 Messengers (including WeChat, Telegram, LINE) and Instagram social network. mSpy upgraded its support for Desktop OS including windows 8 “Metro apps”, Windows 10 and OSX EL Capitan. In 2015 mSpy monitoring app became available for the latest mobile OS: Android 6.0 Marshmallow and iOS 9.2. mSpy wants to provide its users with the highest level of comfort that’s why in 2015 mSpy brand site was redesigned to provide unforgettable user experience. Using web browsers (Including Chrome and Mozilla) in Incognito mode is now easy to be monitored if your child’s desktop is secured by mSpy. Continue reading
mSpy now offers the new Keyword Tracking feature for mSpy.
A good Christmas gift for all parents. Christmas holidays are coming which means children will get an excess of free time soon. To secure children and make parents confident that children are safe mSpy introduces a new Keyword Tracking feature.
Parents are often not sure about some of their children friends or want to be 100% confident that children spend time in a good company. Now there is no more need to check all the messages at children devices secretly – parents can set up to 20 alert Keywords in mSpy Premium on the targeted device and follow the issues they are interested in. Keyword Tracking searches in Text Messages (SMS), Browser History and Bookmarks, Contacts, Calls, Emails, Events, Skype messages, Skype calls, Whatsapp messages, Viber messages, Viber calls, Installed apps, Notes, LINE messages, Instagram, Snapchat, Facebook messenger, Locations. If there any of the alert Keywords detected on the monitored device the user will receive a real-time notification to their control dashboard, email or sms. For more user’s convenience, all alert Keywords will be highlighted across all recorded data types. For example, if the word “alcohol” appears in an e-mail, the user will see it highlighted in the body of that email. Continue reading
mSpy monitoring solution releases its updates for iOS 9.2. This week all mSpy for iOS users have received updates which make their application compatible with the most recent iOS 9.2.
Excellent pre-Christmas news for all mSpy fans and those concerned about the safety of their children – monitoring of the latest iOS 9.2 version (no Jailbreak), released October 8, is now available with mSpy. The latest iOS 9.2 version includes a variety of bug fixes and improvements to several built-in apps including News, Apple Music, iBooks (which received useful 3D Touch functionality), Podcasts, and more, and also includes support for the MailDrop feature from the iOS Mail app. The new update also introduces iPhone support for the USB Camera Adapter, which lets users transfer photos from a DSLR or other camera to a mobile device without syncing to a computer first. Continue reading