You can even tell it to emit an eardrum-piercing shriek if the phone goes missing (or if you just want to terrify your children).The premium version ( a month, annually) also lets you filter websites, track location, and control apps.Time Away shows you how many hours your child is spending on her phone each day and then lets you set up schedules — so you can turn it off during school hours or at bedtime, and set up mandatory “timeouts” where the phone is unavailable.You can also see every app she’s installed on her phone and limit the time spent inside an app or group of apps each day.(Teen Safe also lets you monitor kids’ Instagram and Facebook accounts.) For this service you pay a month; that price covers all the teens in your house.This app operates totally in the background, so your kids may not necessarily know they’re being watched if you don’t tell them.There are dozens of mobile apps that let you know what your kids are doing on their phones—and impose limits.
Various surveys estimate that anywhere from 10 to 40 percent of teens have sent or received sexually explicit text expelled for taking upskirt videos of their biology teacher and sharing them around the school.
It keeps track of your child’s “transgressions” — like her attempts to call someone on the blocked list — so you can harangue her about it later.
You can even tell it to emit an eardrum-piercing shriek if the phone goes missing (or if you just want to terrify your children)." data-reactid="111"If you want full-on NSA-level control over your kid’s smartphone, consider Mobiflock’s Mobile Guardian, which is available for i OS, Android, and Black Berry. You can see whom they’ve called and what they texted, and block others from contacting them again.
But at a certain point you end up crossing the line from parenting into spying." data-reactid="133"The thin new line Here’s my problem.
I get that putting the entire Internet in the hands of a relatively naïve child can be dangerous.