Smartphone has become an essential part of our life. Schools have been closed once again due to the corona virus epidemic. In such a situation, most of the children’s time is spent on smartphones and laptops. Along with social media, the craze of online gaming has also increased rapidly. There are many such games on the internet, which children have become addicted to. Recently, there was news from Karnataka that a 12-year-old innocent was murdered because of PUBG. These online games can be quite dangerous. Parents will have to monitor children’s smartphone activity. For this, parent tools are available on Google Play Store. Let’s know what this is and how it works.
Parental control tools will help
You should know what your child is doing or watching on mobile. You should keep an eye on the child’s mobile screen access. For this, you cannot be with him all the time, so parental control tools can prove to be helpful for monitoring.
How Parental Control Tool Works
You can manage children’s mobile screen time through parental control tools. This tool is available on both Android and iOS. Through this, social media monitoring, web filtering, location tracking, YouTube video watch time can be monitored. Apart from this, such apps which are harmful for your child can also block them. You can also set a time limit as well.
Will be able to get rid of addiction
This will help you know what your child does the most on mobile. If he spends more time in a particular game or app and he is addicted then you will be able to get rid of this addiction.
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