The web portal supports remote control and reporting for the MMGuardian apps installed on Android devices as well as the app for iPhone and iPad. Use the MMGuardian Parent Web Portal to:
If you have not yet installed and registered the MMGuardian app on your child’s device, please first install either the MMGuardian Parental Control app for Android phones, the MMGuardian Tablet app for Android tablets or the Parental Control app for iPhones and iPads.
The reports are available at the secure Parent Web Portal or in the MMGuardian Parent App which we recommend you to install on your own phone. Block Websites containing porn, adult or other inappropriate content using the Web Filter function.
To log into into the Parent Web Portal, use the email and password you used when registering the app on your child’s phone or tablet. Please note that the phone or tablet must have a regular internet data connection to be able to successfully use the Parent Web Portal.
This includes accurate location, device lock, app block, text and drive prevention, text monitoring, call block and more. Collectively, this powerful parental control app for Android gives parents the ability to monitor and control the crucial aspects of their child's phone use.
Web Browsing View all of your child's browsing history, how long they were browsing, and at what point in the day. In order to block websites, the web filter needs to be enabled in the Web Filter section, where you can also set limits on the types of website your child can visit (see below for details).
Web Filter Android– MMGuardian allow parents to view their child's browsing history. Both apps allow parents to block or allow websites based on categories or specific URLs, although MMGuardian offers a much larger number of categories. They can also both monitor most browsers, including incognito modes.
Message monitoring Android– MMGuardian allows parents to view all of their child's SMS text messages, as well as chat messages from popular social media messaging apps such as Instagram, TikTok, Snapchat, and more.
Does MMGuardian monitor YouTube? If your child is using the YouTube app, you will see how long they spent on the app, but no information about what videos were watched.
Message Monitoring View detailed reports of iMessage and SMS texts, and messages from the popular social messaging apps WhatsApp and Kik. For message monitoring to work, it is necessary to install the MMGuardian Sync App onto your own or a home computer.
Can MMGuardian Be Bypassed? You can bypass MMGuardian more easily than other spy apps on the market, such as mSpy. This can be done by uninstalling it, unlinking from the account, disabling parental controls on Google Play, and deleting Google Play data.
You may now proceed to remove the application following the standard Android process as follows: Android Settings > Applications > Apps > tap on MMGuardian > tap on 'uninstall'.
GET STARTED WITH MMGUARDIAN FOR YOUR CHILD'S ANDROID PHONEDownload the MMGuardian Parental Control app on your child's phone.Register the app using your email address and choice of password.Follow the on-screen instructions to perform the initial setup.More items...
When necessary, MMGuardian allows parent to view their child's SMS texts and messages in popular social media apps, including TikTok .
The most legitimate way to monitor kid's phone remotely is by using professional parental control app. You install a parental control app on your kid's phone and parents can check everything that their kid does on his phone remotely from parent's device. This is the best option for both Android and iOS users.
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To create your MMGuardian account, either : Sign up at the parent web portal, or. Register the Parent App app on your own phone, or. Register the Parental Control app on your child’s phone. You will need to install a Parental Control app on your child’s phone and a Parent App on your own phone.
Use the MMGuardian Parent App to configure the settings of the child phone app. The other reason to use a Parent App on your own phone is that reports and alerts from the child phone are sent to the Parent App.
This is the application for a parent's iPhone and enables you to manage your MMGuardian account directly from your own iPhone, rather than logging into the secure web portal from a computer.