The PhoneSheriff parental control app, with the help of its web interface, can let us monitor things that are going in and out from our mobile devices.
If you want to keep an eye on your child or your staff members regarding confidentiality or even stalking your mate if there is a possibility of cheating, the app is for you. But formally we can call this one as an app dedicated to parents who are bothered about what their children are doing on their smartphones.
Once you are done with the simple installation process, you can set the blocking and filtering actions as you wish. Logging into the online account will give you access to data log library on your mobile actions. The app will be password protected and will stay in incognito mode while doing its job.
You can block calls, messages, applications, websites, and even the phone camera. The app’s data log will record details on incoming/outgoing calls and SMSes and the contact numbers that are more frequently used.
All the contacts, deleted data and the image files and video files saved in the phone can be viewed with the app’s interface. The app will send alert notifications if there are any modifications going on, like SIM replacement or uninstallation of the app. A notable feature is GPS tracking, where the parents will be able to locate their child wherever he is.
All the app versions including Android and iOS are free for the first 7 days and after that it comes with $49.97 subscription fee per year. We need to believe that this app could take digital creepiness to the next level. Hey, sometimes privacy matters too.