What Is The Most Dangerous Social Media App For Kids?

What Is The Most Dangerous Social Media App For Kids?

Social media platforms are the place to connect with people from around the globe. Children routinely use social networking apps to share photos and videos, and message with other users. According to AACAP, “surveys show that ninety percent of teens ages 13-17 have used social media.” However, these social media ..Continue Reading

Parents’ Guide To Preventing Teen Suicide

Parents’ Guide To Preventing Teen Suicide

“It’s just a phase” – we often hear this from parents or guardians of teenagers or high school students. This is probably because their kids are in the stage where they are experiencing physical and mental changes. While it seems natural for young people to go through a “rebellious phase”, ..Continue Reading

A Parent’s Guide To Getting Your Kid’s First Phone

A Parent’s Guide To Getting Your Kid’s First Phone

A cell phone is no longer just an accessory or a social status statement. It is now embraced as a necessity. These phones are desired by a lot of people, especially the younger generation. Aside from the basic functions of calling and texting, these devices let users take photos, browse ..Continue Reading

Keep Your Child Safe With These Facebook Parental Controls

Keep Your Child Safe With These Facebook Parental Controls

Facebook is among the many social media platforms used today, including Twitter, Instagram, TikTok, and Snapchat. Even though this platform isn’t widely used by kids, 51% percent of teens (ages 13 – 17) still use it. Kids and teens often use the Facebook app to look up local businesses, join ..Continue Reading

Windows 10 Parental Controls To Use On Your Child’s Computer

Windows 10 Parental Controls To Use On Your Child’s Computer

Laptops and PCs are among the most commonly used device’s by kids today. They use it to browse online, video chat with friends and family, do their homework, and much more. However, using desktop apps and the internet pose many risks to children of all ages including malware, sexual predators, ..Continue Reading

Twitter Parental Controls: How To Protect Your Child’s Account

Twitter Parental Controls: How To Protect Your Child’s Account

Twitter is one of the leading social media platforms people use today. Just like other social media platforms, teens like to use Twitter starting at age 13. However, there are kids younger than that using the platform since they can lie about their age. According to this study, about 11.4% ..Continue Reading

Ultimate Guide To Android Parental Controls

Ultimate Guide To Android Parental Controls

Android is one of the most common operating systems used on mobile devices today. Samsung, LG, HTC, Motorola, Google Pixel, Xiaomi, OnePlus, Sony, and many more companies all use Android OS. Thankfully, the developers behind Android along with most app developers continue to add valuable parental controls. These Android parental ..Continue Reading

TikTok Parental Controls You Must Use On Your Child’s Account

TikTok Parental Controls You Must Use On Your Child’s Account

First there was Facebook, Instagram, Snapchat, and now TikTok. TikTok is the latest (and very popular) social media platform to hit cell phones. However, just like all social media sites, parents are concerned about their child’s safety. This includes viewing inappropriate content, cyberbullying, and messages from strangers. Below, we discuss ..Continue Reading

iPhone Parental Controls To Restrict Your Kid’s Phone Use

iPhone Parental Controls To Restrict Your Kid’s Phone Use

iPhones are one of the most used mobile device brands by kids today. According to a recent study, about 83% of American teens own an iPhone. Even though it’s great for teens to have an iPhone and to start becoming independent, parents still have many concerns about them using their ..Continue Reading

Chrome Parental Controls Parents Should Use

Chrome Parental Controls Parents Should Use

The internet is an extremely useful place for children to learn, grow, and socialize. According to Pew Research, about 45% of teens say they are constantly online. However, as a parent, our number one goal is always to keep our children safe. Google Chrome is there to help parents having ..Continue Reading