It’s a new year! Have you gone through your call history records yet? As time changes, you may find that having more or less of what you needed before (in terms of cellular service) is required — and the best time for change is the new year! So, pick up your phone and learn to check your phone call history with me today!
Let’s start this 2020 Guide with the most complex undertaking. That is,checking someone else’scell phone call history. You may think this is impossible, but an app called Aispyer allows this in just a few simples steps! I’ll be breaking this whole thing down for you (step-by-step) a little further down, but the basic gist of it is this. Aispyer is a spy app that, upon installation, will leech data (calls, text messages, GPS location, etc.) and transfer it over to a dashboard that you can access remotely on the internet!
In order to use Aispyer’s online monitoring dashboard, you will need to create an Aispyer ID. Do so! This is what you’ll be using further down the road.
While not immediately necessary, it’s important that you choose what kind of subscription plan suits your budget as soon as you can. Aispyer offers a variety of licenses for your perusal.
If you’re planning to use Aispyer to check the call history of someone else’s cell phone (as I intimated earlier),then now is the time to grab their phone for prepping.
Installation Guides are available on the Aispyer website for this purpose!
Finally, it’s time to check your target’s cell phone data! As mentioned, Aispyer will leech the data for you automatically — you can access it on Aispyer’s monitoring dashboard (which is featured in the picture below.)
In order to actually check the bugged cell phone’s call history, please select the Calloption!
You should have been moved onto the Call History page. Review the information as desired — whether it be for service management purposes or something else altogether!
TIP:If you want to be able to play around with this function without making any commitments, go to the URL provided to access Aispyer’s FREE demo!
For this next tutorial, we’re going to teach you how to check another’s cell phone call history online with a Phone Spy Tool called FreePhoneSpy. This tool is an open-source app that you can install on the device that you want to monitor (much like with Aispyer.) The only difference is its interface (which is tricky to use) and the lack of constant updates (which does make the software act slower and less efficiently.)
Much like with Aispyer, this demonstration starts on FreePhoneSpy’s website. You will need to visit this as well in order to sign up for a monitoring account and learn how to install the surveillance app to access the information from the dashboard shown in the next step!
Actually, checking call history with FreePhoneSpy is no different than what we showed with Aispyer. The dashboard is less organized, which may be confusing to some, but on the left side of the interface, you will find the CALLoption for checking cell phone call history.
Once on the CALL LOGSpage, feel free to review the call logs available. FreePhoneSpy records Caller ID, Phone Number, Direction, Duration, and Time!
If you want, you can also export all the recorded data by using the EXPORTtab at the top of the Call Logs page (highlighted in the image below.) You can either Copy, Print, or Save (as CSV, Excel, or PDF) the data.
For our last demonstration, we’re going to go straight to the source by seeking out the platform provided by the cellular service that the cell phone is under on. For example, if your phone is under Sprint Mobile,you can use the ‘My Sprint’ tool (which is what we’ll be demonstrating below),in order to check your cell phone’s call logs. Now, it’s important to note that (unlike with Aispyer and FreePhoneSpy) with this option, you won’t be able to check anyone else’s call logs — just yours and the people under your plan.
For the third time, we’re starting off this demonstration by creating an ID that will allow us to sign up for the monitoring dashboard associated with our cellular service provider.
In order to access your cell phone’s call logs with a tool like ‘My Sprint,’ you need to check your bill. This may be different based on the tool you’re using, but for Sprint…
Finally, it’s time to review your cell phone’s call history with My Sprint! For this, simply select the CALLS tab (from the toolbar at the top of the ‘Bills’ page.) Much like with all the other options thus far, My Sprint records the following:Date, To/From, Destination, Rate, Mins, and Cost!
To finish this guide off, let’s go over some of the things that we’ve demonstrated summarily — by breaking it down into bite-sized tips and tricks! These tips will be interspersed between all of the methods that I thought you here today, but they should be able to help you even if you end up picking one over the other. Speaking off, let’s start by taking a look at which option is best based on what you need!
There are tons of different tools out there that pretty much do the same thing — with some minor differences of course. That, we showed you in the three different tutorials we laid out above. But, what do you actually need the cell phone call history logger for? Do you need to manage your cellular budget? Are you trying to suss out who someone is calling? Think about that first before deciding!
If your intention is to monitor someone else’s activity (be it your child, your lover, your friend, your relative, or whoever else),then choose Aispyer. Aispyer is the best for surveillance. All you need to do is install it and you’ll have access to their call history records, and well — everything else! Be it their text messages, their browsing history, their GPS location, etc.
If your goal is to budget and plan out your cellular service spendings, then use whatever tool is offered by the service provider you’re under (like the My Sprint tool!) This isn’t going to work for monitoring someone else’s activity — just yours, but it is FREE. So, if all you want to do is make sure you’re not spending too much on your cellular plan, then this method is the way to go.
If you’re still not sure exactly what you want to do with your call history — then the best move for you is to experiment. Try out all the options out there — be it Aispyer, FreePhoneSpy, My Sprint, etc. And see which one will suit your needs best.
As for me, the tool I’d most recommend for you is Aispyer! See, unlike My Sprint (which only really works one-way),Aispyer is flexible enough to work both for tracking yourcell phone’s call history and someone else’s cell phone call history. So, if you’re indecisive and you don’t know what to choose, choose Aispyer!
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.