Do you have a reason to keep tabs on an iPhone? Then you might be concerned about how to spy on a phone without access to it; along with preferred choices for iPhone monitoring.
It is not always mandatory to deploy mobile apps to be able to monitor an iPhone or iPad.
If you need monitoring for an iPhone or iPad, and you don’t need the complete full-range of monitoring features, and you’ve got access to iCloud credentials of the monitored device, your perfect alternative is Webwatcher for iOS
Fortunately it is very simple to get going all that is required is to log into your WebWatcher web based account and register the Apple ID & Security password of the device to monitor. With WebWatcher, there is no software program to download, therefore you do not need to jailbreak the iPhone or iPad. WebWatcher will start recording activity whenever the device backs up to iCloud, typically once per day provided that iCloud credentials are valid and iCloud is properly enabled. Log into your WebWatcher account from any computer to see all captured data in a user friendly web user interface. See all activity including texts, pictures, internet history and call log record.
No Jailbreak Required. Webwatcher does not need the device to be jailbroken. Beware of competitors that require you to “Jailbreak” your iPhone or iPad (complicated and voids your warranty).
Undetected and Tamper Proof
Webwatcher Mobile is undetectable and therefore cannot be tampered with or deleted by teens or staff members. It does not appear on the iPhone or iPad as an iphone app. Webwatcher Mobile can’t be interfered with as along as iCloud is enabled and credentials do not change.
Supervise From Anywhere
WebWatcher iPhone Spy sends all recorded data to a secure online account. Simply log in from any internet-connected computer to view recorded activity. If you are also monitoring additional mobile devices, you can use the same interface. It is designed for multiple devices.
SMS Text Messages. View all SMS Text Messages and iMessages on an iPhone or iPad, including deleted messages as long as they are deleted after the last iCloud backup.
Photo Recording. Monitor photos taken and saved to the camera roll on an iPhone or iPad.
Website History. Observe all Websites Visited and Website Searches via Safari on an iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch. Web browsing is no longer an unknown on an iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch.
WhatsApp. Look at chats that take place through WhatsApp. WhatsApp is no longer an unkown with WebWatcher!
Contacts – coming soon. See contacts saved on an iOS device (iPhone/iPad).
Calendar – coming soon. View scheduled appointments saved to the calendar on an iOS device (iPhone/iPad).
Call Log History. Easily monitor when calls are made, received, and missed by the iPhone. See call duration, time of call, and phone numbers.
Alert Word Notifications. Be notified right away when any alert word (selected by you) is sent or received in an SMS Text Message.
Alert Word Highlights. Easy to find where alert words are in logged activity, they will be highlighted across all recorded data types. For example, if the word “skip school” appears in an email, you will see it highlighted in yellow in the body of that email.
Do I have to JAILBREAK my device? – NO – WebWatcher does not require you to “Jailbreak” (unlock) the target iOS device. “Jailbreaking” (unlocking) an iOS device is not only complicated, but also voids the devices warranty. With WebWatcher, all you need is the Apple ID & Password of the device you want monitor. Beware of competitors that require you to “Jailbreak” the iOS device.
Do I need to download anything to the device? – NO, as long as iCloud Backup is turned on (which it is by default). All you need is the Apple ID & Password of the device you are authorized to monitor.
*If icloud backup is turned off at any point, you will need to turn iCloud backup on from the device.
Settings > iCloud > Storage & Backup > iCloud Backup ON
How long does it take for recorded data to display in my account? – Recorded data will begin to display in your WebWatcher account once every 24 hours after the last iCloud Backup. Automatic iCloud Backups occur when the device is connected to WiFi, plugged in and locked. This process needs to take place 3 times before recorded data will display.
How to confirm the last backup: Settings > iCloud > Storage & Backup > Last Backup>
What do I have to do for iCloud to backup? – iCloud Backup occurs once every 24 hours if iCloud backup is enabled and if the device is plugged in, locked, connected to WiFi and if there is available iCloud storage. Recorded data will begin to display in your account once every 24 hours after 3 Automatic iCloud Backups occur.
How to confirm if iCloud backup is enabled: *If icloud backup is turned off at any point, you will need to turn iCloud backup on from the device. Settings > iCloud > Storage & Backup > iCloud Backup ON
How to confirm the last backup: Settings > iCloud > Storage & Backup > Last Backup
How to verify WiFi Settings: Settings > WiFi > Green > Choose Network
5GB of iCloud storage is default on an iOS device. WebWatcher will stop working if there is 0GB of available iCloud storage.
How to confirm available storage: Settings > iCloud > Storage & Backup
Do I have to buy WebWatcher from the same device I want to monitor? – No. You can purchase WebWatcher from any device. All you need is the Apple ID & Password of the iOS device you want to monitor.
Does WebWatcher record deleted text messages? – WebWatcher records all SMS Text Messages and iMessages, including deleted messages (that are deleted post iCloud backup). SMS Text Messages and iMessages deleted prior to the iCloud backup cannot be recorded by WebWatcher.
Does WebWatcher work on tablets? – YES! WebWatcher for iOS works with all iOS devices (iPhone, iPad & iPod Touch) iOS 6.0 or later. WebWatcher is also compatible with Android tables running Android 2.1 or later.
How does WebWatcher appear on a credit card statement? – WebWatcher will not appear as “WebWatcher” on any banking statements. Instead, it will simply appear as “Awareness Technologies.”
Does WebWatcher record Website History in Safari in Private Browsing? – NO. Website History cannot be captured if Private Browsing is enabled in Safari.
Does this software record phone calls? – NO! Call Intercept and Spy Call are only available using Flexispy. We do not record voice calls, voicemails or allow you to listen in on surrounding audio. WebWatcher only records Call Log History.
What’s jailbreaking? Jailbreaking is the act of modifying the iPhone software to remove any restrictions set by Apple. The primary constraint is that applications can only be downloaded and installed from the App Store. With a jailbroken phone you can install applications from a rival to the App Store, and also manually using files downloaded from the internet.
Jailbreaking an iPhone is not the same thing as unlocking it. iPhones are usually offered for sale as part of an agreement locking it to a specific cellular network.
There are many reasons to jailbreak an iPhone; but it can lead to complications.
Anytime Apple updates its operating system, those who jailbreak the device are left out in the cold. As soon as the user plugs their jailbroken iPhone into their computer to download new software, Apple closes the operating system and installs the new update. That means that if a user wants a new version of Apple’s software, but still wants to maintain all the jailbroken features, they’re out of luck. Apple doesn’t want users to jailbreak its smartphones. And it does everything it can with each new update to stop that. So, if an update is really important to a user, it’s probably best not to jailbreak the smartphone in the first place.
Your battery life could suffer: Some third-party apps and processes care very little about how much power they pull from your iOS device. If you’re running some of these things on your iPhone, iPod touch, or iPad, your battery could drain in short order.
Your phone could become less stable: Say what you will about the sometimes-quirky nature of the App Store’s approval process, at least apps have been vetted-hopefully to the point where they shouldn’t take down the entire device when they crash. There’s no guarantee that apps offered via Cydia will be as stable.