View sent, received, deleted SMS & iMessages and group chats.
KidBridge Allows Parents to:
View Phone Location
See your teen's current smartphone location on a map as well as a history of the phone's location.
View call logs of incoming and outgoing calls including contact name, number, date and duration.
View Web History
View your child's web browser history.
View all saved contacts on your child's device
View sent and received WhatsApp messages*
View sent and received Kik Messenger texts*
Frequently Asked Questions
What is KidBridge?
KidBridge is a subscription service for parents of children between the ages of 7-17 that provides smartphone monitoring capabilities. With a single email address, you can gain access to:
- www.KidBridge.com Login and monitor your teen's smartphone data and interactions securely on our Dashboard. Only you can access your child’s data with your KidBridge login ($14.99).
How do I cancel my KidBridge account?
If you wish to cancel your KidBridge account, please login to your account and go to the My Account area. Then, click Cancel Subscription.
If you do not remember the email address under which you originally signed up or you can no longer receive email at that address in order to reset your password, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org with the following information:
- The first 6 digits and the last 4 digits of the credit card used to setup the account (please do not email the entire credit card number)
- First name and last name of the credit card holder
- Date of any recent transactions on your credit card statement from KidBridge
- If you used PayPal, the email address associated with the PayPal account
What does KidBridge enable me to see?
Using KidBridge, parents can see:
• Sent, received and deleted SMS and iMessages.
• Call logs of sent and received phone calls.
• Device location and location history.
• Web browsing history, bookmarks and contacts.
• Messages sent via Whatsapp and Kik Messenger.
Does my teen need to know that I'm using KidBridge?
Every parent’s situation is unique. Many parents choose to tell their teen that they’re using www.KidBridge.com, and disclosure to teens is recommended by KidBridge. Interpretation of privacy laws varies from state to state and country to country but, with respect to parental monitoring, KidBridge now provides notice to teens whose devices are being monitored.
Does KidBridge work with all mobile phones?
KidBridge's monitoring service works with iPhone. It also works with iPads, the iPod touch. KidBridge does not currently work with Blackberries or Windows phones.
Will I be able to see images or video sent via text?
No. It is KidBridge's policy to not display images nor videos sent via text from their phone.
How is KidBridge different?
Your www.KidBridge.com login works without requiring your child’s iPhone to be "jailbroken". KidBridge does not alter an iPhone in anyway and does not violate the phone’s warranty. KidBridge offers parents a single and secure method by which they can access and monitor their teen's digital lives.
Can I add more than one teen?
Yes. You can add an unlimited number of teens for no additional cost.
What does KidBridge cost?
After a 7 day free trial, KidBridge costs $14.95 /month. Cancel anytime.
What is KidBridge Desktop?
What is KidBridge Desktop?
KidBridge Desktop is a new applet designed to reduce the occurrence of frequent iCloud account lockouts experienced by many parents. It uses your home’s local network to download your child’s Apple iCloud backup data to your computer and then upload it to KidBridge’s servers.
The KidBridge Desktop app runs in the background on your Mac or Windows PC and is “called” anytime you log into your www.KidBridge.com account and click “Get Latest Data” or onboard a new device. If you need help, please contact email@example.com or 1-800-245-8698 and reference the KidBridge Desktop app.
What are the system requirements to run KidBridge Desktop?
- Mac OS X 10.11, 10.12, 10.13 High Sierra
- Microsoft Windows 8 Pro / Enterprise (32/64 bit)
- Microsoft Windows 8.1 (Windows 8.1 Update) / Pro / Enterprise (32/64 bit)
- Microsoft Windows 10 Home / Pro / Enterprise TH1 / TH2 / RS1 / RS2 / RS3 (32/64 bit) o Intel Pentium 1 GHz or faster (or compatible)
o 1 GB (32-bit) / 2 GB (64-bit) available RAM
Netbook / Chromebook requirements:
- Intel Atom processor at 1.6 GHz and faster
- Intel GMA950 video card with at least 64 MB of memory (or compatible equivalent)
- Screen resolution of at least 1024×600
- Microsoft Internet Explorer version 8.0 and later
- Microsoft Edge 38.x and later
- Mozilla Firefox version 52.x and later
- Google Chrome versions 45.x – 55.x
- Mozilla Firefox ESR version 52.x and later
How do I install KidBridge Desktop?
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to get your KidBridge account ready to use KidBridge Desktop as the means of downloading new iCloud data from your child’s device. Once your account is setup, the link to download and install the app will be found in “My Account” once you are logged in to www.KidBridge.com.
How do I use KidBridge Desktop?
KidBridge Desktop runs in the background on your home computer. You will access your child’s data on www.KidBridge.com through a browser. You may also initiate a download of data remotely as long as your home computer is on, awake and connected to the Internet.
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