How to Use PanSpy to Block Apps on Android
Out of all the listed App blockers, we highly recommend using PanSpy. It is fully compatible with both iOS and Android devices and runs in a stealth mode. Now, we’ll show you how to use this App blocking tool to block applications on target Android phone.
Four Steps to Monitor and Block Apps on Android Phone:
Step 1: Create A PanSpy Account.
Firstly, click the Sign Up option on the top right corner of this page and enter your valid e-mail to create an account. Then make the password for it. After that, you will receive a confirmation link, simply navigate to your Email address, tap the link to activate your account, then follow the Setup Wizard to complete the following setup process.
Step 2: Select A Subscription.
Currently, there are only two editions: Premium Edition, Ultimate Edition available. Both editions support for 1-month subscription, quarter subscription and 1-year subscription, you can check the pricing details here. Select a subscription you want and move on.
Step 3: Install PanSpy App on Target Phone.
After successfully subscribed the service, you will get a download link, simply download and setup the PanSpy app on you mobile device. Login in with your PanSpy account and authorize PanSpy to access data on the monitored mobile phone according to the instructions. Then, you can choose to remove the app icon or keep it on the homescreen.
Step 4: Start Monitoring and Blocking Apps on Android Phone.
After finished the setup process on target device, turn back to the PanSpy control panel or dashboard on your computer. All supported features are listed on the panel so that you can click each category to view the data. To monitor applications on the target phone, simply click on Applications tab on the left side of the dashboard. You are able to block any app from the device.
Note: for the first time you enter the dashboard or control panel, it takes some time to sync all data from monitored device. PanSpy will fail to sync newest data if the monitored device is powered off or disconnected to the internet.