History of Visited Sites
SpyTrac lets you view a history of all websites visited by your child or employees on the target phone or tablet.
With SpyTrac You Can:
View the URL of the visited websites.
Check the date the user visited the website.
Check the browser used to visit the website.
Monitor all browsing activity, including any websites visited in private navigation modes (including Chrome’s Incognito Mode).
SpyTrac can track browser history on Google Chrome, Firefox, UC Browser, Android browser, and Samsung Internet for Android.
Why is this feature useful?
Learn when a child or employee is accessing a harmful or inappropriate website. Check website URLs to make sure the browsing history is appropriate for your child or employee and monitor browser usage.
What our clients have to say
“SpyTrac is one of my favorite apps! It is plain fantastic. I want to thank the support crew in particular. I have always received prompt assistance with anything I need. That includes installing the app, retrieving deleted messages, and using other interesting features. This is ideal for the parents who feel like aliens in this tech world.”
“I am a parent, and naturally, I worry a lot. I am a working mom of two teenagers that spend a lot of time online. I used to lose sleep thinking if they’re hanging out with strangers or visiting dangerous places that are not suitable for their age group. I stopped worrying when I started using SpyTrac. I can see their text messages and GPS location whenever I want. I know some of you will say that that is not really nice. However, I choose to keep my children safe, thank you very much.”
“I want to thank SpyTrac and you guys for helping me realize that my daughter was receiving obscene texts and shared photos from her classmates. My wife and I were worried sick because our daughter became anxious every time she received a new text message. She didn’t want to talk to us, but I installed SpyTrac on her phone and saw the truth. We turned to the school headmaster who helped us deal with the matter.”