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Track Your Kid's Location

Keep your children's location in tracking with built-in GPS and check all the location histories.

Supports Android 4.0 - Android 11

Advantages of Using MoniMaster Location Tracker


If you're worried that your child may go to some dangerous places or just want to keep an eye on where your loved one goes to, MoniMaster can help! Just use this tool to keep track of their real-time location to ensure their safety. Here are the reasons why you should choose it.

  • Know the exact location of the target and the data can be updated in real-time.
  • All the location histories have time stamps.
  • It supports both map and satellite view.
  • Even the GPS is turned off on the target device, you can track the approximate location with the Wi-Fi Logger feature. (Only for Android)
  • Online dashboard can get access to all the data.
  • Remotely track target's messages with 100% secrecy.

User Guide – Quick and Easy


MoniMaster is famous for it's powerful features, and it is also popular with the easy operations. Here we will give the steps for both Android users and iOS users (Even no need to install any apps on target device). You can go to the official guide for the details.

For Android :

1.Create an Account & Purchase a Plan

2.Download and Install the App Assistant on the Target Device

3.Start Location Tracking and View All the Histories

For iCloud :

1.Create an Account & Purchase a Plan

2.Verify the Target's iCloud Credentials

3.Start the Real-time Location Tracking and View All Histories

FAQs

  • Q: Is the GPS location of the target Android displayed on the map in real time?

    A: Yes, the GPS location of the target phone is displayed on the Google map in real time, so that you can track the current whereabouts of the target and view location history in detail. If the location info is not updated, you can click the 'Sync" button near to the ‘Location’ to sync the latest data.

  • Q: Do I need physical access to the target iOS device?

    A: You do not need any physical access to the target Apple device unless Two-Factor Authentication is enabled.