Review: Any Keylogger for Mac tracks and logs keystrokes, browsing history, & more

Monitor user input and application access from an intuitive interface, using Any Keylogger for Mac.

Any Keylogger for Mac makes it easy for you to secretly monitor and record activity for any user on a system. If you're a parent worried about their child's computer and online activities or a business owner looking into the efficiency of employees during their work time, then this application is for you.

Any Keylogger for Mac monitors computer activity, such as keystrokes, recently visited Web sites, and frequently used applications in real time and lets you access all of the logged information via a clean and intuitive interface. In the application Settings menu we were able to set a specific hot key combination to launch the app and check the option to allow the app to take screenshots when a Web page is visited. We were also able to set the duration between screenshots in seconds and minutes. A particularly smart feature is the ability to password protect the application, which restricts any unwarranted access to the logs. The option to set the time interval to delete logs was also available, but since we tested the unregistered version of the application, we weren't able to send any logs to our Gmail account. Keystroke inputs, browsing history, and detailed application access information populate in the main window, offering you a quick glance of recent computer activity. We liked that the recent activity, such as application access and browsing history, featured partial text descriptions and thumbnail views. Desktop screenshots taken by the application were of excellent quality and could be zoomed in on, which was also quite nice.

Any Keylogger for Mac represents a viable option for parental control and employee monitoring, and could also prove useful in any other situation in which you need to track and log computer activity in real time. This application is free to try, but to use all of the features, you'll need to purchase the full version.

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