Catchr allows you to monitor which applications have been started/terminated and when. It also offers a passcode lock feature that protects your recorded data.
No. Catchr can only look at whether an application has been started or terminated during the monitoring process, and the time when that happened. No other information is collected.
Open Catchr, and press the green button “Start”. Catchr’s monitoring is now on.
In the session view press the red button "Stop". Catchr's monitoring is now turned off.
On the start screen, go to app settings and turn on "Passcode Lock". You will be required to set up your passcode.
On the start screen, press the () button. It will take you to a screen showing recorded activity logs.
On the logs screen press edit (from the right top corner), then you will see the delete icons at the start of each activity log. Pressing them will delete the activity logs.
On the logs screen press any log you want, and its detailed session view will open.
Allowing the application to use ‘Location Services’ makes the application behave like a background process which means that it can run all the time. If you don’t allow it, Catchr cannot run for more than a few minutes after you have switched to another app, meaning that it will no longer be able to monitor your phone’s activity.
If Catchr does not have access to Location Services it can’t run as a background process meaning that it will only run for several minutes. Also, location tracking on the map will not be available.
No. Catchr only records activities taking place while its monitoring is on. This means that it will only detect applications that were started or terminated during that time.
Yes, the apps that will be closed or opened after starting Catchr will be registered.
Yes. There are known issues with two of the iOS built-in applications (more specifically: the Mail and the Phone app). The start of these applications will not always be recorded, while stopping them will be. This happens due to limitations of what an app can do without breaking the App Store Rules. Not much we can do about it.
This happens because the GPS tracking is using several methods of finding your location (internal GPS, cell towers, internet address). Because of this, the system may report that the phone has moved even though it didn't moved at all. The location tracking has limitations, so it's not 100% accurate.
Catchr does not impose a limit for that, so you can start and terminate as many apps as you like.
Catchr will register that app as "Terminated".
No, Catchr will close like any other application that was opened while the phone was running.