Parents often wonder what their kids do on their phone, tablet or laptop all the time. Of course they are worried about their kids’ safety as they have no idea how to use the internet safely and what threats are associated with the online world. For example, social media websites and IM services like Facebook, WhatsApp, Skype and Viber are specifically designed to connect people. But these same services and apps also allow kids to contact or be contacted by wrong people.
On the other hand, employers want to protect their business by monitoring their employees’ activities all the time. This is only possible by installing spy and monitoring apps on their mobile devices like phones and tablets. These monitoring apps and software allow administrators to monitor all the activities performed on the target device at any given moment. Of course you can read someone’s Viber messages using these monitoring apps and services.
How do I use monitoring app?
Almost all of the monitoring apps like MSpy and software come with some basic features like call and message monitoring. If you want access to Viber messages then first find an app that has this feature. You must have physical access to the target device in order to install the app as mobile platforms don’t have remote installation capabilities. You only need physical access to the target device once for the installation and initialization process because after that you can control the device using the web portal you’ll get with the app.
How to read someone’s Viber messages?
Depending on the app you have chosen and installed on the target device, the Viber message feature may be disable by default. In order to enable that feature or change status of other features, simply login to the web portal using your credential that company would provide at the time of purchase. That web portal is exactly like a command center and from there you can control the target device, you can gather data and even enable or disable features remotely.
Monitoring and spy apps come with other features as well, that include call and message monitoring, email monitoring, social media and IM monitoring, media access and GPS tracking. Social media monitoring covers all popular social networks and their apps including Facebook and Twitter while IM monitoring refers to Skype, WhatsApp and Viber monitoring.