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There are dozens of mobile apps that let you know what your kids are doing on their phones—and impose limits.
Some are definitely more Big Motherish than others, though, and I guarantee your kids won’t like any of them. Your first stop is your friendly neighborhood mobile carrier.
This app operates totally in the background, so your kids may not necessarily know they’re being watched if you don’t tell them." data-reactid="89"I persuaded her 17-year-old brother to let me install Teen Safe on his Android phone.
You can even tell it to emit an eardrum-piercing shriek if the phone goes missing (or if you just want to terrify your children)." data-reactid="111"If you want full-on NSA-level control over your kid’s smartphone, consider Mobiflock’s Mobile Guardian, which is available for i OS, Android, and Black Berry. You can see whom they’ve called and what they texted, and block others from contacting them again.
This is easily the most comprehensive phone monitoring solution I’ve encountered, as well as the most unnerving. I get that putting the entire Internet in the hands of a relatively naïve child can be dangerous.
It’s a good idea to limit the time your kids spend in front of screens if you can, and to monitor what they’re doing when you can.
Your first stop is your friendly neighborhood mobile carrier.
(CTIA-The Wireless Association maintains a comprehensive list here.) You may need to cobble several of them together to get all the features you want, though, and many services cost or more a month.