“One of the Commission’s goals is creating a safe environment for children through age-appropriate privacy settings, wider use of parental controls and age rating and content classification”
Monitor your kid’s communication via text messages. Check time and date stamps. Access even the deleted ones to get useful insights straight to your phone.
Track your kid’s location with real-time place and time stamps. Check on them remotely when they go out with friends, heading to school or leaving grandma.
Mark safe zones on a virtual map and follow your kid’s position around them. Get reported with time and location stamps when your child passed these zone.
Let your kid inform you every time they need help or immediate intervention. Get notified with the exact whereabouts and time stamps into your phone.
Manage the apps’ usage. Block unnecessary and suggest educational ones. Correct your kid’s schedule to save time for school learning and sleep hours.
Be aware of who is calling your kid and when remotely. View a phone book and block unwanted contacts to prevent a child from unhealthy relationships.
Monitor and manage your kid’s Internet activity. Look through sites and block adult ones. Get more time for family get-togethers and outdoor activities.
Educate your child by setting tasks remotely. Follow their progress and assist when needed. Foster good habits and discipline useful for an adult life.