Minors adore iPod Touch for a reason – it has all the advantages of the Retina screen, powerful processor, enhanced camera and prolonged battery life. With all that specifications, playing games and watching videos on iPod Touch is a sheer pleasure. Still, the access to the Internet, hundreds of thousands of apps in the App Store, millions of files on iTunes require additional monitoring at the hands of parents. Parental control for iPod Touch 4th generation limits the access to the age-restricted apps and websites and can block unwanted content, websites and applications. These options can be enabled in the Restrictions settings and the changes are protected with a password set by a parent. Still, iPod touch 4th generation parental controls can be and should be improved with help of the monitoring and managing applications.
Take an advantage of the Pumpic application
Children nowadays need a helping hand with protection from cyberbullying, harassment, cyberstalking and online frauds. Despite the fact that iPod is literally a player, it still gives a lot of options for children to get into trouble. IM chats can result in the communication with online predators; installation of an app can lead to unwanted in-app purchases, browsing through the Internet can lead to something children won’t be able to unsee. Pumpic can reinforce parental control iPod touch 4th generation with the help of its own features:
Monitoring of the text messages
Monitoring of emails and social media
Creating the lists of prohibited and allowed websites
Managing the multimedia files stored on the device
Locking the device and swiping the SD card in case if the device is stolen.
Pumpic is capable of many things that will satisfy even the most caring parents. With its help, parental control for iPod touch 4g creates solid protection for children.
Pumpic is a unique parental control tracking application for iOS and Android mobile phones and tablets. It is for ethical and legal use only. To install the tracking app, one should assure that he or she owns the device before installation, or has obtained the owner’s permission to track his or her device.