I don't know about that. Mine own children aren't old enough yet, but I know parents that up front state, there is no privacy in the house when it comes to the internet/electronics. The risks relating to poor judgment are too much.I hope you are careful with that decision. A very big voilation of privacy there...
More or less, this is the only real option that would allow you to track them without them knowing.To the OP, what about the Find my iPhone app?
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If the phone isn't jail broken, you could also turn on restrictions for deleting apps or at least changing email accounts.More or less, this is the only real option that would allow you to track them without them knowing.
Anything else in the app store would require the app to be launched and at least in the background. The FindMyiPhone service just has to be configured in the email settings, have Location services on and that is it. (of course a very savvy child could potentially figure that out and turn it off, but if you let them know up front that it's for in case they lose their iPhone, they will be less inclined to turn it off.)
No. That's unrelated to the OP's question. His question has already been answered anyway.The iOS did not allow any app running in background. But I want to know if there is an app that can track all the net traffic so you can see net used by each app. Will that help you?