As of my last knowledge update in September 2023, mSpy and similar monitoring applications are primarily designed for tracking and monitoring activities on a target device, such as a child’s smartphone. They typically provide features for viewing text messages, call logs, GPS location, social media activity, and more. However, they are not designed for remote control of the device.
Remote control capabilities, like taking control of the device’s functions or apps, are typically not part of monitoring apps like mSpy. The primary purpose of these apps is to help parents or guardians monitor their child’s activities and ensure their safety and responsible device usage.
If you are looking for tools to remotely control your child’s device, you might need to explore other solutions or parental control apps. Some parental control apps may offer features like app blocking, screen time management, and the ability to remotely lock or unlock the device, but these features can vary depending on the app you choose.
Keep in mind that using any monitoring or parental control app should be done in accordance with your local laws and regulations, and it’s important to respect your child’s privacy and consent while using such tools. Additionally, the availability of features in these apps can change over time due to updates and changes in device operating systems and app functionality. Therefore, it’s a good practice to review the documentation and features of the specific app you intend to use.