Google’s Family Link or Bark may seem like one of the best tracking apps for a family. They help to track a child's phone location, set some content restrictions, and control their screen time. But both of these apps don’t work in stealth mode, so your child will know you’re tracking them. It means that the child can go past the Family Link restrictions by creating a new Google account using a fake birthdate. According to its policy, once a child turns 13, they can leave the family group to manage their account on their own. Or they can delete the parent tracker app if you use Bark for this purpose.
When it comes to the content of adult nature, Google’s Family Link can’t guarantee your kids won’t see it. Meanwhile, Bark allows parents to block some apps with inappropriate content. But mSpy is the parent tracker app that best copes with the job. It not only works in stealth mode, but it can be used to monitor children under 18 who live in your household. Unlike Bark and Family Link, mSpy can record your child’s phone screen, set keyword alerts, and has much more features to give you the necessary information.