Smart devices are increasingly becoming an integral part of our lives to communicate and to access the internet. But it can also be a double-edged sword, where kids are often exposed to the devices even before they master walking or talking. Smartphone addiction can pose a myriad of problems regarding posture, physiological and even mental health as well. Yet being immersed in such a digitalized world, completely removing smart devices from the clasps of our children is no longer possible.
Thus, parental control apps are playing an increasingly important role in the parent-child relationship. From app and web blocking to children empowerment, we review the functions and features of 5 parental control apps that we believe would suit your needs best.
About the author:
Dwight Fonseka is an esteemed adjunct lecturer and trainer at the at the London School of Business and Finance. He also conducts tertiary courses for programming, technology and data-related subjects. He has over 8 years of experience teaching in international schools in Singapore and other parts of the world.