Are you one of Verizon’s 118.7 million subscribers? Well, then you might be interested in our favorite methods for keeping track of your call log history or your family's! We’re going to be stepping out of the usual methods for checking Verizon history by using software that will allow you to set up a ‘spying’ app that will transmit all pertinent phone usage information. Including, of course, giving you the ability to view call logs for your Verizon device!
Before we introduce you to our favorite method of viewing call logs for a Verizon phone,let’s go over a couple of similar methods that you might be interested in learning about! These, as mentioned, will allow you to view Verizon call logs. Including, but not limited to, call duration, time stamps, contact information, call types, and more. Whatever differences there may be between the following software, we’ll be sure to address in the breakdown of the pros and cons for each!
Our first spy software pick for viewing Verizon call records is Spyzie! Spyzie has recently been updated and is now boasting quite a few advanced functions. But, even before the Spyzie 6.0 update, this software was capable of recording call logs. This means, whether you’re using the new or old version of the program, you can install the spy app on a device(s) and view phone usage information remotely. Including call logs, text messages, social media activity, GPS location, web history, and more.
mSpy, much like our previous pick, is another great spy tool for those looking to keep track of phone usage. It works well for keeping track of call records (whether you’re under Verizon or some other wireless cellular provider.) And, it even keeps track of the most commonly dialed contacts (as well as the total duration of said conversations.)
XNSPY is our last pick for this particular list, but that doesn’t mean that it’s not a good call log viewing tool! Just like the other two items on this list, it offers detailed reporting on call log history. That means, once it’s been installed, you are able to remotely view all dialed and received calls — as well as view timestamps, call duration, contact information and more.
As promised, we’ve also included a how-to tutorial of how you can use one of these spying tools in order to view call logs on Verizon devices online! For this, we’ve chosen Aispyer. It’s not all that different from all the other tools we’ve introduced thus far (it has all the same functions),but it is cheaper and the interface is a lot easier on the eyes than some — making it perfect for beginners or for those that are generally not that good with the techy aspects.
If you want to start using Aispyer, you will need to sign up for an Aispyer account!
The same is true for all the other tools we introduced in our list earlier. It’s a pre-requisite that will allow you to log in to the ‘viewing’ dashboard later to see your Verizon call logs!
Much like the software in our top three list, Aispyer is also a premium tool. So, you will need to subscribe to one of the plans available (whichever suits your needs most) in order to be able to install it on your devices.
As a ‘spying’ app, Aispyer will need to be installed in order to be able to collect the data that you require. Instructions will be provided upon purchase OR you can watch the Aispyer-prepared installation video tutorial.
Once the spying app has been installed on your device of choice, use the account you created in the first step to log in to Aispyer online (be it on your desktop, laptop, mobile phone, tablet, etc.) Right off the bat, you have access to the following widgets…
If you want to view more detailed call logs, select the Calloption from the side-menu!
You should have been moved to the call log page. Here, you can see a complete record of all calls received and sent. As well as contact information, phone number, call duration, call date,and call type. You can also use the date and name bars above the call log table if you would like to search through a specific date or for a specific person.
We’re definitely applying ‘out-of-the-box’ thinking by recommending you tools like Aispyer. Obviously, it (and the three other tools we introduced at the very beginning) was designed primarily for spying — either on your child, relative, significant other, etc. But that may be exactly what you need! Especially if you want to keep a handle on who the special people in your life are talking to — a spying tool like Aispyer is perfect for keeping your family safe and secure!
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.