Monitor contacts, call history, text messages, web browsing history easily.
Track Facebook activities, Messenger, WhatsApp activities with ease.
Track location of the target device with easy steps.
Lightweight size, unobtrusive, and doesn't waste power of target device.
Wondering what someone may be hiding behind their internet browsing history, but concerned that they may be constantly deleting it? Well, we have a couple of apps to introduce to you. All of which will help you keep track of internet browsing history even after it has been deleted — be it on an Android, iPhone, Computer, or on Chrome!
For our first tutorial, we’re going to teach you how to track web browsing history on Android with an app called Aispyer. It’s a spying app meant to be used for tracking down both online and cellular activity. The only catch is that it needs to be downloaded and installed on a target device in order to start working. So, if there was someone that you want to keep track of, then you’ll need to have their device on hand for at least the installation process.
Offers complete web browsing history tracking for Android.
Capable of advanced surveillance functions (tracking SMS, calls, emails, etc.)
Guaranteed discretion — tracking app is hidden upon installation.
With the help of Aispyer, users can know the time and location of browsing history..
Aispyer app is lightweight and doesn't attract any attention.
You'll need to create an account of Aispyer first. You can do that by clicking the Sign Up button on aispyer.com to create an account.
You'll need to purcahse the premium version of Aispyer to get the download link of Aispyer app. You can install the app on target device by entering the download link.
After successfully installed Aispyer app on target device, you can log in your Aispyer account and track Internet browsing history.
For our next tutorial, we’re going to teach you how to track web browsing history on an iPhone using an app called Spyzie. There’s not much about it that’s different from Aispyer. However, the installation process will be a bit different because we’re going to install the tracking app on an iPhone rather than an Android. For this, access to the device is not technically necessary, but you will need the iCloud credentials used by the iOS device in question before proceeding.
Start by creating a Spyzie account on their website. You will be asked to provide both personal details and payment information.
Next, you will need to provide both the name and the age of the person you are tracking (be it your teen or employee.)
Of course, select the APPLE LOGO in order to identify the device you want to target as an iPhone to proceed.
As mentioned, iCloud credentials will need to be provided in order to install the app. Fill in the appropriate boxes with those details and then click VERIFY to continue.
Once Spyzie has finished pairing your iPhone and your Spyzie account, you can access the Spyzie monitoring dashboard in order to spy on your target iPhone’s browser history. Just select the DATA tab and then click the Browser History icon and you’ll be moved to a page where you can view both the current and deleted browsing history on your target device.
Our third tutorial will teach you how to track web browsing history on a computer using an app called XNSPY. Again, there isn’t much of a difference between this app and the other two we’ve already introduced thus far, but it does make for a great tracking app to use on your computer. You will still need to install this app on a mobile device to use it, but tracking can be performed remotely on whatever device you so choose.
Much like with Spyzie, start by creating an XNSPY account.
For this tutorial, we’re going to be setting up a non-jailbroken iPhone, so the device type that we selected the iOS (No-Jailbreak) platform.
For non-jailbroken iPhones, the only available setup is the iCloud Setup.
Again, you need to provide the relevant iCloud credentials (Apple ID & Password.)
In some cases, you may also need to provide the device’s 2FA code.
You’ll be given the opportunity to select the device you want to monitor (that share the iCloud credentials that you provided.) Click SELECT to pick your chosen target device.
You’re all done with setup! Just click FINISH to move on.
By signing up to XNSPY’s monitoring dashboard on your computer, you can begin tracking the internet browsing history of your chosen device.
To track web history specifically, select Phone Logs > Internet History.
You should have been moved to a page where you can view the iPhone’s entire internet browsing history (including those that were deleted.)
By clicking the ANALYSIS tab at the top of the interface, you can even see which web page has been the most visited (including the number of times said page has been visited.)
For our last tutorial, we’re going to skip to some of the more basic stuff. That is, tracking history on Google Chrome. Google Chrome is one of the most used browsers in the market — despite not being the default browser set up on most PCs. It’s highly efficient, and it provides advanced web history tracking capabilities for those who need it.
Start by launching Chrome, then select the vertical ellipses from the top right-hand corner of the interface. That will pull-up a drop-down menu where you can select the HISTORY tab.
Once you’ve been moved on the History page, you can begin tracking browsing history as needed. Chrome also offers a search bar that you can use if you want to track down keywords related to specific URLs or webpages.
Unfortunately, this is impossible. Google Chrome’s incognito mode was built very specifically to not keep track of web pages visited. That is why you won’t be able to find a History tab on the incognito Chrome browser. Neither will you be able to use the auto-fill feature on the browser to check whether specific websites have been visited. Because data is not saved, there is no way of tracking them down without setting up software that will do so for you.
Just because you’ve cleared your browsing history, doesn’t mean that that information is lost forever. Apps like Aispyer have made it very easy to do so — which is great for those who actually want to track it, but not so much for those who would have liked to keep their browsing history private. If you do fall into the former category, try out one of the apps we introduced today if you do want access to that history — it’s easy once you have the app all setup to grab and record the information for you to view at a later date.
Aispyer IS DESIGNED FOR LEGAL USE ONLY. It is a smartphone and tablet monitoring software that shall be used only with the aim of parental control of their children, by employers to monitor the devices which belong to them and on which the employee’s work, on a device which is of your ownership, and by you with a consent of a device owner.
Failure to do so is likely to result in violation of applicable law that could result in severe monetary and criminal penalties imposed on the violator. You should consult your own legal advisor with respect to legality of using the application in the manner you intend to use it prior to registering, downloading, installing, and using it. Aispyer cannot be held responsible if a user chooses to monitor a device the user does not have the right to monitor; nor can Aispyer provide legal advice regarding the use of the software.