There are times when you would want to check your browser history perhaps to delete the history or to keep tabs on the history for the purposes of tracking or any other reason you might have. Well, checking your browser history will depend on the browser you are using and device meaning that it tends to vary. That said, there are some common browsers around and this article will take you through how you can check your history in these browsers. So, let’s do some bit of digging!
Let's start with a very common browser out there i.e the Google chrome. Checking your history on this browser is pretty straightforward-all you need is to open Google chrome then click the more symbol as shown
You will then click on History on the menu that appears. From here you will have access to your browsing history.
Here you will find your browsing history spanning up to 90 days but you won’t find web pages from secure websites and those you visit when you are in incognito mode.
The same can be said of checking your browsing history if you are using Mozilla Firefox. Just open your Firefox browser, and depending on the version you are running you need to find this symbol .
Click on it then click on the History option from the menu and you are good to sieve through what you want to check on your browsing history.
Safari is a popular browser among Mac and IOS devices and if you are one then you might want to check your browsing history. In this case, just launch the Safari browser and once it is launched you can select History from the Menu bar. A drop-down menu will appear and you can select Show History.
Did you know that you can go as checking the browser history of other devices even when the device is not at hand? Perhaps you want to keep an eye on them or for investigative purposes? This has been made by spy tools that do the digging for your while letting you track everything from the comfort of a cool dashboard. Talking of great spy tools, Spyzie is one tool that stands a cut above the rest thanks to a blend of great features and affordable pricing plans. No wonder it’s fast-growing in popularity among users who want to track third-party browsing history remotely. So, how do you use the tool to check the browsing history of a target Android or IOS device?
First things first. You will need to create a free account by visiting https://www.spyzie.com. You will need to purchase a subscription to get access to the full features of the app. In other words, you will need an email for the purposes of purchasing the link so you could either make the purchase when registering or afterwards.
Now you will download the app-the download link will appear on the page thus you will simply visit the page and download it to the target device. This will take a few minutes given that you will not only have to install the app but you will also need to do some settings on the device. The beauty is that this is so simple as there is a wizard to help you sail through. In the first step of the wizard, you will be asked to feed an identity of the phone owner then you will select the relevant OS whether the device is running OS or Android.
For instance, if it is an Android device you will select Android and proceed to the next step.
As for the setting options, you will need to Enable the “Unknown Sources” then click “OK” when the dialog option appears.
You can now install the monitoring app which would be used to keep tabs on the browsing history of the target device. You can find the download via the wizard on the setup page. Just click and download it on your preferred phone then you will get the APK file in the phones download folder.
Now you should be ready to start: you can log in to your Spyzie account and click on Start to use administrative service. Just keep in mind that you must afford the app some privileges on the device.
You can now start looking into the browsing history of the target device using an online portal or via the control panel app installed on your mobile device. The former can be accessed through https://my.spyzie.com/dashboard.html . The first time you access the control panel, you will be required to take a few minutes to sync all the required data from the target device. There are lots of data you can access as evidenced by the number of options of the left menu panel of the dashboard. As a matter of fact, this is where you will also find the “History” Menu option thus you can select the option and you are in!
It’s that simple! In a matter of minutes you can get all the data you need relayed into a well-organized dashboard.
In a nutshell, we have given a detailed look into how one can check the browsing history starting from your own device while we have also gone as far as looking how you can spy on third party browsing history using a tool known as Spyzie. Long story short, they are all simple tasks that even the novice computer users can do.