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Monitoring Your Child’s Text Messages Without Them Knowing 

No one, not even children, welcomes the idea of someone probing into their messages. That’s why you may look for ways to monitor your child’s messages without them knowing. Of course, we aren’t going to tell you to creep into your child’s room and lift their phone! In this article, we will discuss ways you can read your child’s messages on your own phone discreetly. 

  

Why Should I Monitor My Child’s Messages?  

Many parents may wonder why they should break their children’s privacy and read the messages they exchange on their phones. However, considering the risks that await children in the digital world, a degree of monitoring of children’s messages seems necessary.  

  

What Risks Threaten Children in Text Messages?  

As a parent, you wouldn’t want your child to talk to strangers or go out with people you disapprove of because we all know not everyone in the world has honest and good intentions. Now, how the digital world be any different? Your child might be home but still not safe because he or she is approached through text messages by a dangerous person. 

Cyberbullying, sexual harassment, grooming, and data theft are among the crimes that can happen in the digital world to children. Besides, it is not just strangers that you need to worry about; sometimes, children are harassed or deceived by their friends, classmates, or other people you know. 

One the common ways that harassers and attacker approach children are through text messages. Also, children use messages to plan risky actions that can get them into trouble. That is why you need to be careful about your child’s messages.  

  

Is It Possible to Monitor Children’s Messages?  

First, we need to divide the messages your child sends/receives into two categories: SMS and encrypted messages. The messages we send using instant messaging programs such as Telegram, WhatsApp, Snap Chat, etc., are end-to-end encrypted. That means not even the service providers themselves can access your messages. Currently, there is no way to read your child’s encrypted messages on your phone. However, you can monitor your child’s SMS messages on your own phone using some parental control apps like Safes. 

  

How to Monitor Your Child’s SMS on Your Phone Using Parental Control Apps?  

Using the Safes parental control app, you can monitor your child’s SMS messages on your own phone using SMS logging and viewing features.  

Safes sends a copy of the content of every SMS message your child sends or receives to your phone alongside the sender/recipient numbers. You will understand if your child is exchanging suspicious messages by checking them. You can use this function on both android and iOS devices.  

  

Future Features of Safes to Monitor Text Messages  

Safes is currently working on new features to help you monitor your child’s messages more quickly and thoroughly. With these features, you’ll soon be able to monitor all of their messages, not only SMS.  

  

Keyword Monitoring  

Safes will soon detect the keywords your child uses in their messages and report them to you. For example, if your child uses the word “pot,” you’ll receive a notification giving you a heads up about what your child is up to.  

  

Intelligent Text Recognition  

With this feature, you’ll be able to detect suspicious content from your child’s text messages, even if they are using code words. For example, instead of saying, ‘let’s smoke weed,’ your child or their friends might say, ‘let’s buy a book.’ However, Safes AI will detect that.  

  

Concluding How to Monitor Your Child’s Messages ? 

For the safety and well-being of your child, it is necessary to monitor and check your child’s text messages. When you use the Safes parental control app, you can check the SMS your child receives or sends. You can also see the phone numbers they exchange messages with. You’ll receive all this information on your phone without your child knowing it.  

There are other features to help you monitor your child’s messages that we are working on currently and will soon add to Safes, such as keyword monitoring and intelligent text recognition.  

  

FAQ  

Is it possible to see my child’s messages on my phone?  

Using some parental control apps such as Safes, you can see your child’s SMS on your phone. However, due to the encryption methods instant messaging apps such as WhatsApp and Telegram use, parental control apps can’t show them to you on your phone.  

  

Can I see my child’s SMS on my phone?  

You see your child’s SMS on your own phone by using parental control apps such as Safes. You will see a copy of all the SMS that your child sends and receives and the sender/recipient numbers.  

  

Is it possible for me to see my child’s text messages without them knowing?  

By installing parental control apps on your child’s phone, you can see your child’s SMS on your own phone. Some parental control apps such as Safes send a copy each SMS your child sends or receives alongside the phone numbers to your phone. 

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