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You can easily block apps on their mobile devices with Homework Time access rule. FamilyTime is an advanced geo-fencing app for iOS that lets you geo-fence as many places as you want to.

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You will get instant alerts when your kids enter or leave geo-fenced places any time. Learn More FamilyMap FamilyMap is the best and most accurate way of finding out where your kids are at the moment. Learn More. With FamilyTime iPhone tracking app, you can get detailed location history of all the places they visit in a given time.

Simply block all such apps on their iPhones and iPads and make them concentrate better.

Being a working mom I always found it difficult to keep tabs on my teens online activities but the FamilyTime app has made me make my way.! TeenSafe Drive New Afraid your teens would drive too fast? That could be dangerous. Define speed limits for your teens and know when they over-speed. PickMeUp FamilyTime offers a unique and instantaneous feature for your children to let you know it's time to pick them up. They can tap on a button on their FamilyTime child app and you can know when and where to pick them from.

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Hi, We have a question about clean router. We use this as a first line of defense. How does this compare to Mobicip? CR and Mobicip are 2 different types of parental control solutions. We talk about protecting kids at 3 levels. The location level, the router level, and the device level.

CR works at the router level.

Because Mobicip uses a VPN, it overrides CR controls unless you tell Mobicip to turn off when it attaches to your home network, which it can do. I hope all of that makes sense! If not, please let us know. If we go with mobicip and bark combo on devices what are we potentially opening ourselves up to that the router protection would have caught? Thank you for the wonderful information. Does that make sense and if so, do we need to purchase our own router so we can use? Hi, Ryan — yes, that makes sense. Best to you! This is different than router-level controls.

Does that help? This is awesome, thanks to you and your team for putting this together! Boomerang is not useful on the iPhone. You can only track what the do in the required Spin browser. Also, the child can easily remove the Boomerang app altogether on the iPhone. Another tidbit of truth…the proclaimed ability to set time constraints for use on the iPhone is NOT there at all.

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Otherwise, you better be there with them while they are using it. Mobicip was working well and now they have reverted back to browser only without notice and after I paid. Supposedly due to iOS infringement. Some of the CE staff were aware of this and some were not, so we received quite a bit of inaccurate information at first. These folks are on our side, fighting the same fight with admirable passion, so when a less informed rep makes a mistake, take a deep breath and remember just HOW MUCH they have to know and learn!

The CE folks, and certainly those of other companies represented above, are working HARD to stay ahead in this ever-evolving, ever-challenging internet safety mess, and I am rooting for them! As one who is intimately involved in the Covenant Eyes product, I appreciate the feedback. Also, for hidden browsers within apps like Pinterest, both Google and Bing should be locked into SafeSearch. Was that your experience? This is fantastic information- Thank you! My husband and I are both in IT, and we find ourselves out of our league with this. This helps clarify things quite a bit!

Thank you for what you are doing- there is a big scary world out there behind our screens, and the more information parents have, the better. Set up Screen Time. Start there. Then, either lock in CleanBrowsing following the instructions Family Filter. Third step, try Covenant Eyes for 30 days free. And, please be having really great, curious conversations throughout. You can do it!

Have you tried Netsanity? Netsanity appears to be much more difficult to circumvent. Netsanity works great for some people, so please give it a try. Chris does this reinstatement mean that Mobicip is once again operating as you describe in the article? Just came across this article as I gave an iPhone to my 14 yr old son last week and am looking now for the best parental control app for his phone, iPad and MAC for school. Mobicip will be reinstated this week. I just traded messages with them over the weekend.

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Great news! Thank you so much! My husband and I have been going over this information for 3 days. God Bless!! Bark — please review their features here. THank you so much for all your research!

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I need help with what service to use for content filtering at home. My 6th grader has a chromebook we own but it is managed by his school private school. Because the school manages it, I cannot use Mobicip to monitor and filter content at home. So, I need a router-based service and am mainly looking for content filtering and monitoring.

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Setting screen time limits is at the bottom of the list. Do you know of any router-based service that does a good job? You recommend Mobicip for Chromebook. It takes kids about 2 minutes to figure out how to disable it. See the comments from Mobicip on this post:. Chromebooks in general are difficult.

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Family Link works somewhat, but still a cumbersome set-up for iOS families. I am new to the world of router parental controls so I am confused. When you talk about layering, why would you need both CleanBrowsing and Circle? It has a lot of holes. So, for kids who might try to push the boundaries, you might want something stronger, like CleanBrowsing.