A cell phone has become an irreplaceable gadget not only for you but for your children as well. They play, read, study, and entertain while holding their favourite device in hands. Therefore, you should have a frequent conversation with them about the time they spend on phones and tablets, discuss the content they share online, keep track of the websites they visit and monitor their social networks activity. And a lot of parents do so. But talk is often not enough, as it will not stop some strangers from contacting your child on a phone and via social media. It will not prevent identity thefts and cyber bullying, and it will not tell you whereabouts of your child. That is where a trustworthy cell phone parental control app becomes invaluable. Most of the above mentioned dangers can simply be averted with the help of such an app.
While you can discuss many things with your children, in order to build a mutual trust, there are always some topics teenagers are too embarrassed to talk about. And growing up they also learn to delete their phone call records, internet search history and use vault apps to hide sensitive communications and photos. Besides, their emotions can cloud their judgement, leaving them an easy target for online predators and cyber bullies.
Cell phone monitoring for parents becomes a key moment in modern parenting. With a quality parental control app, you may see all incoming messages and block them before they can hurt your child. You may browse search queries even if they were deleted. You may set geo-fences to get alerts when your child leaves a specific area. And you can review and approve everything your kid posts on social media platforms like Facebook, Instagram, Snapchat etc, to prevent possible damages to their reputation in the future.
Everything you ever post online stays on the Internet and can be easily found, even if you think you deleted it. Your kid's proudest moments and the happiest days, marked by posts of joy on Facebook, will stay there forever, as well as posts of anger, frustrations, and embarrassment. And they may not matter to you now, but when he or she starts looking for colleges, applying for a job, anything ever posted without a good judgement may hurt the reputation and diminish chances to get the desired place in life.
With a parental control app you can take the following steps to secure your child's future:
With the help of the app, those preventive measures can be taken even while you are away on a business trip or at an important meeting. And emerging problems can be tackled right away.
“'Getting along with a teenage son is not always easy. And when we don't see eye to eye, I just want to make sure he is safe. So I monitor where he goes, who he talks to, what he shares online. I ensure that he doesn't hurt his reputation by sharing some inappropriate stuff on his Facebook. And I can do it remotely, without invading his privacy directly, with this magnificent Pumpic app. It's a must.”
“I respect my little girl's secrets, but I want to make sure she has my support, even when she is embarrassed to ask for it. Once she was moody and I saw she deleted contacts of some friends from her address book. I thought she might need to talk about it. And I must say it was exactly that critical moment in her life and I was glad I caught it. And when I go out of town on business, I'm confident I can keep an eye on my daughter 24/7. I cannot imagine doing all that without the Pumpic app. And it gave me some suggestions on which websites I need to block based on my daughter's age. Honestly, I wouldn't have figured it out all by myself.”
“Mark is only 12 years old, but he is quite an independent young man. He's so into cars and technology, that he created a community of like-minded peers at his school, and he gets so many calls that it gets me worried. So I regularly monitor his cell phone contacts, to make sure there are no annoying callers. And if there are some, I know I can block those calls, messages, and whatever I think might hurt him at his age. And with the Pumpic app I can do all that, plus know his whereabouts and set limits to playing games by controlling all the apps on his phone.”