Any programs that track text messages for an i-phone 4S?

Cali dreaming

I'm looking to read the text messages from my child's i-phone 4S on my computer.  I had a program called Web Watcher Data when she had an Android, but it doesn't work on the i-phone.  Any ideas?

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nchristine
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I think K9 Web Protection would be worth trying, especially since it's free to try. It doesn't have all the features of WebWatcher, but it has one thing that you need - it works on iOS. Here is a side by side comparison of the two. 

jimlynch
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Net Nanny is coming out with something. You can sign up for a notification when it's ready for purchase.

http://www.netnanny.com/ios

"Net Nanny for iOS is a fully-featured Internet browser for your smartphone or tablet. Other browsers, Safari, must be disabled in the setup process.

NET NANNY FOR IOS includes Filtering (18 categories), Age-based Profiles, Safe Search, Profanity Masking, and supports Wi-Fi/3G/4G.

NET NANNY SUITE FOR IOS includes all the features of Net Nanny for iOS plus Remote Administration, Reports, Custom Categories, Whitelist/Blacklist. Future releases within the next few months will include Time Controls, Custom Alerts, Reports, and device management tools such as Device Locate and Forced Ring. All new features will be auto-updated for existing users."

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