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Top tools to monitor your child's online activity



When it comes to checking or monitoring the online activity of your children there are plenty of tools and software systems out there that you can use to do so. Internet is not a friendly safe and if not asked or acted upon it will not filter the search results for your kids or any other person that is not an adult. Therefore some manual input is required to do that and if you are not familiar with how to do it then you are better off using some other tools and software systems that are available to do so. Following is a list of tools that can help you to monitor the online activity of your kids while keeping them out of the harm’s way;

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1. Qustodio
It is available to be downloaded on various platforms including iOS, Android, and PC, and provides a comprehensive dashboard to help you in monitoring the online activity of your child while online. You can monitor their online activity such as pages they have been visiting, their browser's history, and so on so also their social media activity such as what they have been doing on Facebook and twitter can be monitored. If you decide to buy the premium version it will allow you to block some of the violent content on the internet as well as blocking some overage games for them as well.

2. MamaBear
This is probably, by all means, the best possible monitoring tool out there it can be used to track the online presence of your child. What they are doing on social media, what kind of posts they are being tagged into, and what kind of pictures are being uploaded by them you will be able to see all of it without any trouble. Other than that if there are any vivified signs of online bullying with your child then the app will also let you analyze that and do something about it before things slide off of your hands. The pro version also allows you to monitor the current location of your children.

3. DinnerTime
It is a slightly different take on the child cyber monitoring systems out there, it allows you to turn on and off your child’s device from your own so that you can enjoy some incredible time as a family without them having to check their phone for updates and posts every now and then. You can select in the pauses on your own or schedule the app to lock the device at a particular time, the device of the parent must be an android but the parent’ device can be both iOS or Android, to begin with. If you decide to buy the pro version of the app then it would be a delight as it would allow you to lock/unlock the devices of up to 5 children, it is a very exciting deal if you have more than one or two children of your own.










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