Children are receiving their first mobile device earlier than ever, this is a fact. And, more than ever, parents are worried about cyberbullying, Internet safety, technology overuse, screen overexposure and so on. The need for monitoring and guiding our children's digital experience is also a fact. So how should we do this?
The Internet is a great environment where we can learn almost everything online and use its potential to do things we have never imagined before the web. But everyone knows that being online can be dangerous for kids. Especially, when screens get smaller and it becomes harder to see what they are doing.
Our little ones (sometimes not that little) don’t know for sure what is or what is not appropriate to access and interact using their mobile devices. But the question is: How do I guide my kid if I don’t even know what he is doing over there?
Also, children are unique and different from each other. There is no formula to teach every single child in the world about how to get the most of the technology. That’s why understanding and guiding them is so important.
Managing your child’s device according to their behavior and needs is essential. There is no reason to block the entire device all day long if your child is using it mainly for learning, for example. So, schedule application rules is a good way to help your children have a more enriching and safe experience online.
Understanding what happens on the screen of mobile devices can be challenging. That's why ScreenGuide Parental Control App provides you plenty of useful information to better understand how your child is using his/her phone or tablet.
You can see which apps are installed and if those apps are educational, social media or any other App Store category. It's also possible to see if your child installed any of the most removed apps using ScreenGuide. You can check out here other ScreenGuide Parental Control App features that can help you monitor and manage your child's device.
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