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Learn How To Monitor Apps On Your Family's iOS Devices

SUREN on March 08, 2014

Did you know you can manage not only internet usage using Mobicip, but also manage apps on your family's iOS devices such as the iPhone, iPod touch and iPad? The new App Monitor feature is in private beta now for Premium users. If you signed up for the interest list, you should get a notification shortly. Upon notification, follow these steps to get setup.
 
New: App Monitoring is now supported on all Android smartphones and tablets as well. Learn more.

1. On the iOS device that you wish to monitor, unlock and launch Safari.
2. Login at mobicip.com and select Monitor > Apps from the main menu.
3. From the device list, find the device that you're using. Touch 'Download' to install the profile.
4. Once the profile is installed, accept the warning and you should see a confirmation.
Thats it! App Monitor is enabled on that iOS device. Repeat steps 1-4 for other premium iOS devices in your family. You may then login at mobicip.com from any browser and select Monitor > Apps to monitor the apps installed on your family's iOS devices.

To report issues or feedback, please get in touch with us. If you're happy with Mobicip, leave a happy review on the Apple App Store or Google Play store! Your feedback and support will be greatly appreciated!

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