WebWatcher for Android
The Only Solution with No Rooting Required!
WebWatcher for Android is our Top Pick because it is easy to install, has an intuitive web-based interface and it is the only monitoring solution available that does not require you to Root the Android device. This is critically important as Rooting is an incredibly complicated process, voids the Android's warranty and rooted monitoring software will no longer function once the device updates to the latest OS. WebWatcher for Android records SMS Text Messages, Photos, Website & Call Log History, SnapChat and App Usage.
From our testing, WebWatcher for Android is very reliable, with few if any bugs. In addition, WebWatcher makes monitoring easy for the user by providing alert word notifications as well as highlighting alert words in text messages.
Web-Based Monitoring Interface: All activity recorded by WebWatcher for Android is sent to an online account where you can see it from any web browser. This eliminates the need to ever access the smartphone again after installation. Additionally, if you use other WebWatcher products, such as WebWatcher for iPhone, they all appear together seamlessly in the online account.
SMS Text Messages: See SMS Text Messages sent and received on an Android device. Protect your kids online reputation by preventing "sexting".
Website History: See all websites visited on the Android device. Smartphone web browsing is no longer an unknown!
Photo Recording: Keep track of what photos are being taken and saved to the Android device. Whether they've been deleted or not, you'll have a record of what is sent to friends and posted to Facebook.
Call Log History: Easily monitor when calls are made, received, and missed by the Android device. See call duration, time of call, and phone numbers.
SnapChat: View sent Snaps & Stories (photos only). Protect your kids online reputation by preventing "sexting". With WebWatcher, SnapChat is no longer an unknown!
App Usage: Monitor all Apps used on the device, App Name, Duration (total time the app was open) and Active Time (time that the app was actively in use).