Amazon Fire Tablets: Photos, videos, and installed apps, Snapchat private messages, Instagram direct messages and searches, YouTube views and searches.
Android: Text messages, photos, videos, browsing history, Snapchat private messages, Instagram direct messages and searches, YouTube views and searches. Includes deleted text messages. Bark monitors child's Android device location if check-ins are enabled. See Android connection instructions.
Ask.Fm: Bark monitors the questions/comments your child asks and the answers they receive, as well as, the questions/comments they are asked and the answers they post.
Flickr: Bark monitors the photos your child posts and the comments on those photos.
Gmail: Bark monitors the emails that your child sends and the ones that they receive including attachments. Additionally, Bark monitors Google Hangouts instant messaging chats, both sent and received if your child's Gmail account is connected to Bark.
Google+: Bark monitors your child's posts and the comments on those posts.
Google Drive: Bark monitors the documents your child creates or ones that are shared to their Google Drive, including document comments, document comment replies, photos, and videos.
GroupMe: Bark monitors your child's group messages and private messages, including images and media associated with each.
iOS: Text messages, iMessage, photos, videos, and browsing history. Includes deleted text messages. Bark monitors child's iOS device location if check-ins are enabled. See iOS connection instructions.
Instagram: Bark monitors the images/videos your child posts and comments on those posts. Bark can also monitor Instagram direct messages and searches on connected Android and Amazon devices. Instagram does not allow external access to private messages on iOS.
Here's how you can help us and other parents across the globe: Tweet them ("Hey @Instagram, please open your direct message API to the good guys like @joinbark so they can keep my children safer online!") or message their support team directly from the app. (Click on your profile photo circle at the bottom right > Click the settings gear at the top right > Scroll down to "Report a problem" > Click "General Feedback" > Type in your request for Instagram to open up their Direct Messaging API to @Bark.us so we can keep your children safer online > Send). Video tutorial here.
KidzWorld: Bark monitors forum posts and comments, chat room messages, and private messages between users.
Kik: For iOS users bark can monitor your child's chats and chat attachments (if available).
Pinterest: Bark monitors the child's profile, the images and descriptions that they pin.
Reddit: Bark monitors your child's submissions, comments, and private messages. This includes replies to their comments, which come in as private messages.
Slack: Bark monitors private messages, private messages between multiple parties, and Private channels.
Snapchat: Bark is able to scan public and private Snapchat stories. We can also monitor Snapchat private messages (chat) on Android and Amazon devices. But because Snapchat doesn't allow external access to private messages, we cannot monitor those on iOS devices (and neither can any other monitoring service!). We're continually working to be able to monitor Snapchat on iOS.
In the meantime, here's what you can do to help that happen faster: Tweet them ("Hey @snapchatsupport, please open your DM API to the good guys like @joinbark so they can keep my children safer online!") or message their support team here ("Report a safety concern" > "Someone else's Snapchat account" > "YES" > "I'm worried about this user's safety" > "YES" > fill out information > SEND).
Tumblr: Bark monitors answers, chats, links, photos, photo posts, quotes and blog posts on Tumblr.
Twitter: Bark monitors your child's Twitter accounts postings, replies, and even direct messages.
WhatsApp: For iOS users bark can monitor your child's chats and chat attachments (if available).
YouTube: Bark monitors the videos your child posts, comments made to those videos, and new videos posted to your child's user and channel subscriptions. Bark can also monitor YouTube views and searches only on connected Android or Amazon devices. For non-Android and non-Amazon device users, YouTube does have content blocking abilities under their parental controls and settings. You can check out this YouTube support link for more information.