Bark is available for both android and iOS users, Bark even works when you have an iphone and your child has an android device or the other way around. If you want to manage your account you can use either the android app or the website.
Bark works on iOS devices and Android devices, as well as on Chromebooks, Chrome-based browsers via an extension, and on Amazon devices. In all cases except iOS, this is accomplished through a parent app to manage accounts, and a child app on each relevant device. In the case of iOS, because of the way security works, a separate approach is used.
The parent app is available for iOS devices just as it is for other platforms. However, for the monitoring, a Windows or Mac PC is required.
The Bark desktop app on that PC will utilize backups of the device and send them to the Bark system for analysis once the device is setup and registered. On all the different operating systems, almost all of the same apps and systems are monitored, with some slight variation – see the full comparison table on Bark’s website – just the execution of the setup and monitoring is handled differently because of the differences in the system architectures.