Kidslox – Controlling the Amount of Time Your Child Spends in Front of a Screen

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Children spend a significant amount of time looking at screens every single day. But do parents truly know the amount of time their children spend looking at their devices? Are they aware of the content that their children are viewing?

Luckily, this is where Kidslox comes into play.

Kidslox is a mobile application for iOS and Android that helps parents set boundaries about the number of times their kids spend in front of their mobile devices.

There are five main features:

  1. Instant lockdown mode
  2. Daily limit – this allows you to set an amount of time per day that the screen will be on
  3. Allows you to set a specific period of time for the device to be in lockdown mode
  4. Content filter which allows you to block over five million adult sites
  5. Restriction of specific apps

Kidslox is unique from other parental control software and applications in that it’s totally cross-platform. It functions universally on iOS and Android. You can control it on an iOS device from an Android and an Android device from iOS.

In addition, Kidslox uses a different approach to content filtering which doesn’t drain your battery, slow down the internet, or cost a lot of money for the device.

Kidslox also has a three-way toggle which is their almost patentable technology. This is where they define the device either in parent mode, child mode, or lockdown mode. It’s simple and intuitive and parents seem to think that it’s the best part. Kidslox also has individual app blocking on iOS devices.

Start managing your family’s screen time today by heading to kidslox.com or by visiting the Google Play or Appstore.

 

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