Internet Monitoring Apps Feature Description

Here is a detailed description of each feature that is available in the top internet accountability and monitoring software that I review on my website.

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Accountability partners – a parent, caregiver, Significant Other, or other trustworthy person or people that can hold the individual (child, Significant Other) accountable for their online behaviors. Receives a weekly or otherwise regular email report that details the individual’s online activity.

Activity reporting – a weekly or otherwise regular report that is sent via email; it logs and details the individual’s online activity and flags inappropriate content. A parent, Significant Other, or accountability partner receives these reports.

Block apps – a feature that can disable certain mobile apps such as Snapchat, TikTok, Twitter, etc.

Customer Support – online or telephone support for customers with billing and technical questions. 

Customizable – the software contains the ability to individualize its monitoring or reporting. 

GPS location tracking – a feature that allows a parent or Significant Other to know the exact location of their child, partner, etc. 

Instant notifications – the software includes real-time monitoring of online activity and when a child or Significant Other accesses inappropriate content, a text message or email is sent out to a parent, Significant Other, or accountability partner to alert them in the present moment.

Internet accountability – the individual’s online activity including the websites visited is monitored and some of the data is compiled in an email report that is sent to a parent, Significant Other, or accountability partner. 

Internet filtering – a feature that blocks or pans out pornography and otherwise inappropriate content.

Life resources – valuable literature and likewise information provided by the company (oftentimes in the form of a blog) that helps an individual recover from pornography or other kinds of internet-based addiction to live a healthier, more meaningful life.

Refund policy – how the company handles free trials or refunds for dissatisfied customers. 

Screen accountability – a feature that monitors and captures screenshots and reports an analysis of it to a parent, Significant Other, or accountability partner.

Screen time management – a feature that allows a parent or otherwise administrator to set limits on screen time.

Search engine reporting – a feature that reports search engine terms used by the individual. 

Secure encryption – the software uses HTTPS encryption, which scrambles the data via algorithms, so outside users are unable to inadvertently hack your private data.

Social media app monitoring – a feature that monitors user-created content on apps such as Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, Snapchat, etc. 

Uninstall/tampering alerts – a feature that instantly notifies a parent, Significant Other, or accountability partner that someone is attempting to circumvent or disable the protection offered by the accountability software.

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