As a tech blogger, I’m very aware of how diligent parents need to be about children and mobile safety. I keep up with tech news on a regular basis and every day I learn about something else to watch out for. As a parent this concerns me greatly. Kora & Logan love playing on their tablets and one day they will be getting their own phones so I want to make sure that I’m aware of the safety issues and that I’m doing everything I can to keep them protected.
This post is sponsored by curbi.
curbi is a fantastic and easy way to safeguard your children’s mobile devices.
Curbi’s mission is to provide the most advanced and capable parent control system on the market. It allows you to remotely manage your child’s mobile online experience. You can easily stop in-app purchases, block adult content, and set boundaries.
When you first set up curbi you decide what web content is permanently blocked. You can edit the list at any time. It’s very easy to to block specific content with just a click. You can even add specific sites to the list as well.
You can also set up schedules and time limits for your child’s phone or tablet time – setting rules to control access at school time, bed time, etc.
You can also disable features on your child’s phone including the camera, the iTunes store, and in-app purchases.
If necessary you can even put your child’s entire phone on timeout and block all access to the internet.
I’m impressed that you can easily set up different devices with different settings. So if you have kids of varying ages you can set the appropriate rules for each of them.
I highly recommend the curbi app to those looking for a way to safe guard the children in their life on their mobile devices. I love that it allows parents to set up almost any kind of rules and restrictions they feel necessary – they can set time limits, block sites and apps, monitor usage, and more.
GET IT NOW, DON’T WAIT!
You can try it before you buy it: There is a 14 day free trial when you download the curbi app or sign up online.