Tittle for Parents – Monitor Your Child’s Mobile Device Usage

Tech Report

The rampant usage of phones and tablets is undeniable. Furthermore, it interferes with the relationships parents have with their kids. What parents need is a way to regulate their children’s usage so it doesn’t become addictive.

And that’s where Tittle for Parents comes in.

Being a parent, you’ve probably seen how quickly your child may drift away from you and how easily distracted they get with their mobile devices. There’s less communication and when you may talk, it may just be going through one ear and out the other.

Tittle for Parents wanted a button to remotely turn off their devices and hopefully regain the family time that used to be had.

Tittle for Parents also wanted to provide parents with a smart tool that could easily limit app access at any time or with a fixed schedule such as during school or meal times.

Parents can set up multiple schedules to limit device usage during different times of the day.

Parents can also block access to apps like social media and games and allow selected apps that are educational and encourages learning.

With Tittle’s specifically designed browser, it offers parents the capability to review and block websites that your children may have visited.

You’ll be able to see how long they spend on each app and review any that they download. There’s also a tracking feature that lets you keep tabs on your child’s location.

So, start looking forward to the one-on-one times you used to revel with your child and start monitoring their mobile device usage.

If you’re interested in learning more information about Tittle for Parents, visit tittleforparents.com.

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