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KidTrack is the preeminent software on the market today for allowing parents to monitor their children’s cell phone usage. Once installed on a cell phone it monitors:
incoming and outgoing phone log
each web site visited
media (pictures, audio and video)
It silently captures the information (even if it is deleted by the child) and periodically uploads it to the KidTrack servers where it can be viewed by the parent via a web browser. Additionally the information is sent via email on a regular basis as selected by the parent (initially daily).
KidTrack solves the problem of allowing parents to monitor their children and keep them safe. It has a number of options that allow it to be customized for each family’s needs with good, smart defaults that allow it to be setup easily with a minimum of fuss. KidTrack has been written from the ground up by parents for parents.
Recognizing how important the information is to parents we designed KidTrack in such a way as to not rely on carrier connectivity. This guarantees that we can capture the information even when the phone cannot connect to the carrier network or when there is limited connectivity. Many of our competitors lose important information because they rely on always being able to send information via the carrier network and throw it away when they are unable to send the information. We consider this to be unacceptable and it also increases your cost of running their software as each individual piece of information is sent as needed, while we bundle information together and will send multiple text messages, location readings, phone log entries, etc. at the same time.
Other competitors rely on the information being present within the phone and are susceptible to your child deleting the information before it is sent to you. It is precisely the text messages or the phone call in the phone log that your child deleted that is of most interest to you. We consider this to be unacceptable as well.
For more detailed information visit the How it Works page
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