What FamiKit Can Help:
Monitor kids daily phone activities to know what apps they have used recently.
Keep pace to the latest apps that teenager would install on their phones.
- Daily Phone Activities:
- Uninstalled Apps:
- Follow-up the Latest Apps:
Monitor phone activities of your kids and get details about
what apps they are using of by timeline.
Know what apps kids install and uninstall recently.
Catch up with the trend of the latest apps your kids used.
Identify potential hazards.
Keep An Eye On Kid's Physical and Mental Health
Checking their phone usage on time and keep a close eye on their mental health.
- Holding phones all the time whatever they do.
- Feel stressful, fatigue and become difficult to fall asleep.
- Addicted to play games and lie about how long they spend on them.
3 Simple Steps to Get Started
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- Open your google play store and search FamiKit parental control app, you will get it. Install it on all devices you want to monitor ( you will be able to monitor five devices in one purse).
- Open a membership account with the app.
- Connect all devices to parents' devices and start monitoring.
After the successful setup, you will be able to check kids' activity report, restrict your kid's access to inappropriate websites and apps, lock games and other apps during breaks and study time.
Here are some signs that may lead you to think that your kid is addicted to cell phone.
- Your kid is angry most of the time
- Facing depression
- Looks tensed
- The kid is mostly irritated and snaps over small things
- Looks or behaves restless
- Sleepness is another symptom you must not ignore
- If your kid is unable to stop using his phone even during important events, eg., a funeral, etc.
- Sudden lack of communication and aloofness
- Neglecting dinner time with family or daily chores
- Sleeping at odd hours.
The most popular iPhone and Android phone apps for kids are : 1. YouTube 2. Instagram 3. WhatsApp 4. Spin Safe Browser 5. Snapchat 6. Facebook 7. Android Messages (text) 8. YouTube Kids 9. Chrome 10. Netflix 11. Facebook Messenger.
Every child is different. Even experts could not provide a definite answer about how much time the kids should spend on digital devices. We recommend that 1-2 hours on school days is a reasonable amount. While on weekends or holidays, perhaps 3-4 hours is a reasonable amount. Most important of all, parents should set the kids up for a healthy relationship with technology.
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