Android Device Parental Control

 

 

 

 

Parental Control android app

What is meant by Parental Control?

Parental control refers to various software programs and resources for various devices and technologies. All have in common, making it easier for users, usually parents, to control the use and access of other users, usually children.

 

 

Remotely Manage Your Children’s Devices

If you want to monitor your children’s device activity today, in addition to desktops, you need a parental control application that works well on the android platform. Children can intentionally or unintentionally fall into bad luck with their cellphone (or tablet). Maybe they spend too much time every day staring at the screen. However, technology dependence is a serious problem for children and adults. Your children can even communicate with strangers who are dangerous without your knowledge. However, a good parent control application can restore your sense of control and help you keep an eye on anything that can endanger you. Make sure you have open and ongoing discussions with your children about the importance of using responsible devices so that they cannot immediately leave the application that you installed or find a smart solution.

The parental control application allows you to maintain control in several ways. The most common types of monitoring include web content filtering, application blocking, time management, social media message call text logs and site tracking. We will get to know these best features (and some others) below. Jane Moore Parental Control is the #1 app in this category for android devices only . This means that your child’s activities cannot be tracked on a Mac or Windows.

 

 

How to install Jane Moore Parental Control App

 

Want to let your child utilize their devices however concerned (understandably!) about all the time they will be spending on it and doing what?! Jane Moore Parental Control App allows you to monitor how much screen time is being used while protecting your child from stuff they’re not ready to see.

 

Parental control apps are very vital for our generation of Kids. Track your children completely using this app. Jane Moore Parental Control App is a well-known parental app that uses a parent device and a child device. It allows the parent to monitor what his/her child does on their phone daily. Jane Moore Parental Control app is one of the easiest and best parental control apps to use. It’s incredible features include blocking all apps; Blocking adult sites; Email report; Filtering internet browsing; Location monitoring; Locking child app; Locking selected app; most browse websites; Recent app usage; Screen timer; Suspicious text alert. These features are what make Jane Moore the best and easiest parental app ever existed. Jane Moore Parental Control is an app that works with internet connection (Wi-Fi or Mobile Data).

 

Step 1:                Jane Moore Parental Control App can be downloaded by clicking the following link-

Click the link https://parentloc.com  

 

Step 2:       Choose to download on Google Play Store. You will need also to install the Plugin apk

 

Step 3:      Click Install

 

Step 4:       Choose a device

 

Step 5:       Click Install

 

Click < OK >

 

Step 6:      Parental Control – Screen Time – Website Blocker has been downloaded on the device.

How to Register on Jane Moore Parental Control App

 

Registering on Jane Moore Parental Control App is quiet easy. Let us get straight into it!!

In registering on the app, two (2) devices will be needed. Device 1: Parent Device (Android or PC) and Device 2: Child Device (Android or iOS).

 

Parent Device:

The parent device will have the role of remotely managing the child’s device. If the Parent device is a PC, an Android emulator will be required. The Android emulator preferred is Bluestacks.

 

  Step 1:     Download Jane Moore Parental Control App on both devices (Parent and Child)

 

Parent Device:

Step 2:       Open Jane Moore Parental Control App

 

Step 3:       Click the Parent icon

 

Step 4:       Enter an < Email >

 

Step 5:       Enter a < Pin >

 

Step 6:       Click < Register >

 

Step 7:       Grant the Parental Control app permission

 < Click Grant Permission >

 

Step 8:       Choose and Answer the Security Question < Save >

 

Step 9:       Enter and Confirm Passcode

 

Child Device:

 

Step 2:       Open the Jane Moore Parental Control App

 

Step 3:       Click the Child icon < Register >

 

Step 4:       Enter < Parent’s Email >

 

Step 5:       Enter < Parent’s Pin >

 

Step 6:       Click < Continue >

 

OR

 

Enter Email only and Scan the QR code

 

i.      Go into Settings in the Parent Device < Add Child via QR Code >

 

ii.     Click Scan QR Code on child device. Place the Child Device over the Parent’s Device with the code.

 

Step 7:       Grant all Permission on the child’s device (Usage Permission, Notification Access, Accessibility Permission, Modify Settings, Filter Internet)

 

Step 8:       Enter Security Question used in the parent device

 

Step 9:       Enter and confirm < Pin > used in the parent’s device

 

Congrats you registered for Jane Moore Parental Control App!!! Wasn’t that super easy!!!

Setting up Jane Moore Parental Control App

 

 

In setting up the app for monitoring your child, both devices needs to be granted permissions from several apps and features on the devices. Granted/Enabling these features allow the Jane Moore Parental Control App to run smoothly and effectively.

 

Parent Device

 

Give permission to the Parental Control.

 

Child Device

 

Give permission to the app.

 

Step 1:      Usage Permission:

 

Step 2:      Optimization:

Click < Yes >

 

Step 3:      Prevent App Uninstall:

 

Step 4:      Location:

Click < Allow >

 

Step 5:      Daily Report:

Click < Allow >

 

Click < Okay >

 

Step 6:      Notification Access:

Click < Parental Control >

 

Click < Okay >

 

Step 7:      Modify Settings:

< Change system settings >

 

Step 8:      Filter Internet:

Click < Okay >

 

At the Notification Pane you will see < VPN is activated By Parental Control >

 

Step 10:    Safe Search:

You may visit https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Uc1Twzi2s3I

 

  1. Google Safe Search

 

Go to < Safe Search >

 

Turn Safe Search < On >

 

Return to Jane Moore App and tick the “Done, go to next step box”

 

  1. YouTube Restricted Mode

 

Go to Settings in YouTube < General >

 

Turn Restricted Mode < On >

 

Return to Jane Moore App and tick the “Done, go to next step box”

 

  1. Bing SafeSearch

 

Choose < Strict > or < Moderate >

 

Return to Jane Moore App and tick the “Done, go to next step box”

 

  1. Yahoo SafeSearch

 

Return to Jane Moore App and tick the “Done, go to next step box”


 

Step 11:    Accident/Fall Alert:

 

Step 1:               Click the Accident/Fall Alert toggle

 

When the child device is dropped, a notification will be sent o the Parent device. This will only work Accident/ Fall Alert is enabled in the Parent Device < Alert >

 

 

Congrats!!! The Setup Completeness is now 91%!!!

 

Features of Jane Moore Parental Control App

 

 

Question in the air is “What makes Jane Moore Parental Control App special, effective and the #1 parental app?” The answer to this question is quiet simple. Not only does Jane Moore Parental App monitor the child usage and screentime but it also provides/alerts you with the exact location of your child(ren) at any particular place and time. This parental is widely used and enjoyed by many users across the world. The features it portraits makes it the #1 Parental App created.

 

Features of Jane Moore Parental Control App (From Parent Device):

  • Lock Apps
  • Alerts
  • Filter Internet
  • Screen/Timer
  • Location
  • Social Media
Note: This is the Parent Device

LOCK APPS

 

One area where most superior cellular parenting solutions are the ability to prevent children from using selected applications. This can be useful for parents who want to prevent their children from using social media applications, messaging services that are difficult to monitor, or browsers navigate the specified web filter. However, it can be difficult to track the new applications your child has installed. Our parental control app allows it to be quiet easy for parental lock. Parental lock is important whereas it manages the time of our kids on the apps the tend to use most.

Lock Apps Feature allows the parent to use their device to lock all apps from the child’s device, lock selected apps, lock settings apps, add backup pin or have a default lock. Features within App Lock can be enabled and disabled by the parent whenever needed.

 

Step 1:       Click < Lock Apps >

Grant Notification Permission < Yes >

 

Step 2:       Enable Parental Control App < Allow >

 

Step 3:       Return to Home Page < Lock Apps >

 

“Lock Apps” can lock all apps, lock settings or lock selected apps from the child’s device.

 

 

“Lock All Apps” Feature:

 

“Lock All Apps” allows the parent to manually use his/her device to manually lock all the apps on the child’s device. This feature can be enabled and disabled when desired. If the child enters the wrong pin trying to access the locked apps, they will not be able to access the app, but if they enter the correct pin, they will be able to access the apps.

 

Step 1:       To enable “Lock All Apps”, click the toggle beside “Lock All Apps”

 

Step 2:       Click < Dismiss >

Await a notification on the Child’s device for confirmation that the Apps are locked. Or you can try the apps on the child’s device.

 

 

“Lock Settings App” Feature:

 

“Lock Settings App” allows the parent to use their device to lock the Settings app on the child’s device. Enabling this feature prevents the child from disabling the permissions granted for the parental app to be effective. This feature can be enabled and disabled when desired.

 

Step 1:       To enable “Lock Settings App”, click the toggle beside “Lock Settings App”

 

Step 2:       Click < Dismiss >

Await a notification on the Child’s device for confirmation that the App is locked. Or you can try the apps on the child’s device.

 

 

“Lock Selected Apps” Feature:

 

“Lock Settings App” is a feature that allows the parent to select the apps that they want to be locked from the child’s device. This feature can be enabled and disabled when desired.

Step 1:       To enable “Lock Selected Apps”, click the toggle beside “Lock Selected Apps”

 

Step 2:       Click < OK >

 

Step 3:       Select the app that you want to be locked < Click Save & Send To Child >

 

Step 4:       Click < Dismiss >

Await a notification on the Child’s device for confirmation that the Apps are locked. Or you can try the apps on the child’s device.

 

 

“Backup PIN” Feature:

 

Backup Pin Feature allows the parent to enter the device if they forgot their Passcode. It is a safe way not to be locked out of the app. Backup Pin can be used to unlock the child’s device at any time.

For more assistance, you may visit https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1WQknU1W0DM

 

Step 1:       Click < Backup PIN >

 

Step 2:       Enter a pin < Done >

 

 

“Default Lock” Feature:

 

Default Lock is a PRO feature which you can fire the default lock in child’s device and the whole device will be locked. Only works if Default Lock is added in child’s device.

For more assistance, you may visit https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1WQknU1W0DM

 

Step 1:       Click < Default Lock >

 

Step 2:       Click < OK >

The child device will be locked.

 

 

 

ALERTS

 

Click < Alerts >

Give Parental Control access to photos, media and files < Allow >

 

 

“Report” Feature:

 

Report/Daily Report allows the parent to receive a daily email on what was done on the child’s device throughout 24 hours from requesting it. The email will include the total hours spent on the device, location/s of the child’s device, summary of suspicious messages, websites browsed, call logs, the app that was recently used and the brightness of the child’s device.

Before enabling the Report switch, make sure the child’s device setup completeness is more than 75%. Once it is enabled, the parent device will receive emails from the app with the status of the child’s device throughout 24 hours.

 

Step 1:       To enable “Report”, click the toggle beside “Report”

 

Click < OKAY >

An email will be sent instantly to the Parent’s email (email registered in the app).

 

 

“Accident/ Fall Alert” Feature:

 

Accident/ Fall Alert allows the parent to get notified if the child’s device fall or is smashed with anything.

 

To enable Accident/ Fall Alert:

Step 1:       Click < Accident/ Fall Alert>

 

“SOS Panic Button” Feature:

 

One out of the many features that must be mentioned is the SOS button. When a child presses this button, it sends a signal to the parent and all other trusted contacts. Notifications include time and location information and, in some cases, continue to send data until the child deactivates the alarm or the parent deactivates it from his account. It functions independently of the platform and even if the child has run out of time. Parents who are worried about having their children available in an emergency must consider Parental Control – Screen Time- Website Blocker.

SOS Panic Button sends an emergency alert with the child’s location to the parent’s device. It is built into the app, hence is always enabled. It is a safe way to know when the child is trying to access a locked app, or when they press the SOS button twice on a locked screen. The child can use it to send an emergency signal to their parent.

In order to use SOS feature, make sure Location feature is enabled in child’s device.

 

Notification on Parent’s Device after child pressed the SOS button twice on a lock screen:

You may visit https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pW9XMwbowFQ

 

 

“All Warnings” Feature:

 

All Warnings feature allows the parent device to receive all warming recordings from the child’s device. It is a built in feature, which means it cannot be controlled manually.

 

Step 1:       Click < All Warnings >

 

Step 2:       Click < OK >

 

Step 3:       Notification will appear in the notification bar < Click on the notification to view Warning received from the Child’s device>

 

 

 

FILTER INTERNET

 

A distinctive feature of every parental control application is the ability to prevent children from accessing inappropriate or dangerous websites. Most applications are connected to proprietary browsers which make it easier to manage, track and control browsing. This makes more sense than trying to cancel support for any mobile browser. For this reason, most of these applications require you to block other browsers or prevent your child from installing other applications at all.

Some parental control tools do not force your child to use their own browser on an iOS device. Instead, they use VPN technology by using an Internet connection through a local application to enable content filtering. You will see a VPN icon if such a utility is active. Note that this does not mean that the child connection is protected by a full virtual private network, or that the device’s IP address is closed.

Most of these browsers function like accessing websites that fall into the prohibited category, including all major intruders such as file sharing, gambling, pornography, and violence.

However, for Jane Moore Parental Control, Filter Internet works only when “Filter Internet” is enabled in the child’s device (dashboard). It allows the Parent to not only monitor what that the child does but also block sites that he/she prefers from the internet. This feature also allows the parent to enable a Safe Search so the child can be blocked from explicit images, videos, websites or people from the internet (Google, YouTube, Yahoo, and Bing Search). Features within Filter Internet can be enabled and disabled by the parent.

 

 

“Block All Apps Network” Feature:

 

Block All Apps Network feature gives the parent the choice of blocking the child’s network from his/her device. In blocking the network, the child will not be able to search using the internet (Google, YouTube, Bing, and Yahoo etc). ‘Block All App Network’ disables all of these apps. The child will have access to the apps, but not able to do activities that relates to using the internet connection. In order for “Block All Apps Network” to work effectively, make sure “Filter Internet” is enabled in the child’s dashboard. “Block All Apps Network” Feature can be enabled and disabled when wanted by the parent.

 

Step 1:       To enable “Block All Apps Network”, click the toggle beside “Block All Apps Network”

 

Step 2:       Click < Dismiss >

Await a notification on the Child’s device for confirmation that the Apps are locked. Or you can try the apps on the child’s device.

 

 

“Block Adult Sites” Feature:

 

Blocking Adult Sites give the Parent authority to block all Adult (18+) websites. These websites may be blocked from Google, YouTube or any online search engines.

 

Step 1:       To enable “Block Adults Sites”, click the toggle beside “Block Adults Sites”

 

Step 2:       Click < Dismiss >

 

Step 3:       Check the Notification bar to view notification from Parental Control App

 

Step 4:       Go to the Child’s Device dashboard <Click the Download icon >

 

In Parent’s device, “Block Adults Sites” will be enabled

When the child browses the web, he/she will not be able to access adult sites whereas Parental Control App will not allow the search result to load.

 

 

“Filter Browsing” Feature:

 

“Filter Browsing” Feature when enabled, allows the parent to view the most recent website(s) his/her child uses. This feature works only when “Filter internet” is enabled in child’s device. It not only allows for viewing of most recent websites, but allows the parent to block websites that are not fit for the child. You may visit https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3bFSJdErX5w for more assistance.

 

Step 1:       Click “Filter Browsing”

 

Step 2:       Click <REFRESH > at the top right corner to receive recent viewed websites.

 

Step 3:       Click < Dismiss >

 

Step 4:       Await a notification from Parent Control App < Click the notification to view the websites visited >

 

 

To block websites using Filter Browsing is quiet simple.

 

Step 1:      Click the + button at the top right hand corner of the page.

 

Step 2:       Add the URL you want to block < Add >

 

Step 3:       Click < Save & Send To Child >

 

Step 4:       < Dismiss >

 

Await a notification on the Child’s device for confirmation. Or you can try the website on the child’s device.

 

 

 

SCREEN/TIMER

Timer is another important feature of parental control applications. For some services, such as Parental Control- Screen Time- Website Blocker, Norton and FamilyTime, you can specify how many hours (or minutes) a child can spend per day on each device and set a schedule for use. Net Nanny takes a slightly different approach and applies this deadline when using the Internet. Others offer a mixture; You can set usage plans for certain applications and devices and determine the total amount of time your child will spend on each device used to access the Internet.

Screen/Timer Feature allows for period in which the parent can lock and unlock period in the child’s device. It also controls the child’s device brightness.

 

 

 

“Child’s Device Brightness” Feature:

 

This feature allows the parent to control the brightness of the child’s device by setting the percentage (%) desired.

 

Step 1:       Click < Child’s Device Brightness > to open it

 

Step 2:       < Set the screen brightness >

Click < Set Brightness >

 

Step 3:       Click < Dismiss >

Wait couple seconds for it to take action in the child’s device.

 

 

“Schedule Unlock” Feature:

 

Schedule Unlock allows for scheduling of time when the parent wants the child’s device to be totally unlocked. This can be enabled and disabled by the parent.

 

Step 1:       Click < Schedule Unlock > to open it

 

Step 2:       To add Schedule unlock, Click + button at the top right corner of the page

 

Step 3:       Add < Schedule Name > and the < Unlock period >

 

Step 4:       Click < Add >

 

Step 5:       Click < Save & Send To Child >

 

Step 6:       Click < OK >

The child’s device with be unlock at the set starting time (11:15) and will be locked at the set ending time (11:45).

 

 

“Daily Time Budget” Feature:

 

Jane Moore Parental Control App provides a feature where the parent can use their device to set a fixed hour in which the child can use their device. The Daily Time Budget Feature should the exact time usage of the child’s device. The time usage is written in hours (hrs), minutes (m) and seconds (s). After the fixed hours has ended, the app automatically locked the child device. The feature also allows the parent to choose which apps they want to exclude from being locked at the ended of the period. You may visit https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HfPSZiKzBjw

 

Step 1:       Open Screen/Timer

 

Step 2:       Open Daily Time Budget Feature

 

Step 3:       Select daily time budget

 

Step 4:       Click < Save & Send To Child >

 

 

Excluding Apps from being locked at the end of the period:

 

Step 1:       Click < Select more apps >

 

Step 2:       Select the app you want to exclude

 

Step 3:       Click < Save & Send To Child >

 

Step 4:       Click < OK >

Parental Control will notify the child’s device when there is 30 minutes remaining for the device to be locked. This will be shown in the notification bar.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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When the usage time has been completed by the child, the app will lock the device.

 

 

LOCATION

 

The mobile parental control application must at least be able to track the current location of the child and some historical location information. It is also important that they provide a kind of location report to avoid parental bombardment of useless data. Parental Control- Website Blocker provides these features.

With several services, you can make geographical locations around the location called Geofencing. For geographic areas that are not visible, there are digital boundaries around the physical location, so parents can track when a child arrives or leaves a certain location. With Parental Control, you can even add more time to Geozone, so you can easily make sure your child stays in his proper place all day long.

Jane Moore Parental Control App provides feature- Location- via which you can monitor child’s device location. Location feature comprises of “Current Child’s Location”, “Location History” and “Wander Alert Geofencing.”For Location to work effectively, the location permission in the child’s dashboard MUST be enabled, GPS should also be enabled.

 

 

 

“Current Child’s Location” Feature:

 

“Current Child’s Location” allows for current, exact location of the child.

 

Step 1:       Click < Current Child’s Location >

 

Step 2:       Click < OK >

 

A notification will be received on the Parent’s Device with the latitude and longitude of the child’s device.

 

Step 3:       Click on the notification to go to map

 

 

“Location History” Feature:

 

Location History provides information on the previous places the child have visited in the last 24 hours. It gives all locations and links which allows you to click on it to view the exact location on a map. Visit https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hALRm8_1dcw for more information.

 

Step 1:       Click < Location History >

 

Step 2:       Click < Request Log >

 

Step 3:       Click < OK >

 

Step 4:       Open the notification from Parental Control to view location log.

 

 

“Wander Alert Geofencing” Feature:

 

Wander Alert Geofencing allows you to create geofences around a particular location or place. For the uninitiated, a geographical fence is a digital boundary around a physical location where parents can track when a child arrives at or leaves a certain location. With Parental Control- Screen Time- Website Blocker, you can even add dimensions (in meters) to the groove so you can easily make sure a child stays in his proper place all day long. You may visit https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7YqBy6cPT_s

 

Step 1:       Select a Location < Select >

 

OR

 

Select a Place < Select >

 

Step 2:       Set range < Done >

 

Step 3:       Click < OK >

 

Notification will be shown in the Child’s Device for processing

 

Notification will be shown in the Parent’s Device when Geofencing status is completed

 

 

 

SOCIAL MEDIA

 

Social media monitoring is increasingly needed when children start using social media at a younger age. Finally, WhatsApp is a kind of social media with a age limit of 13 years. Because children must use social media to connect with friends, work at school, or have fun, it’s important to be able to follow this aspect of your life. Make sure the application you choose has this feature. Even if your child doesn’t use social media at this time, you can change your mind in a few months or a year to activate this checkbox earlier. For this reason, Parental Control Apps are needed to protect or children.

With the advent of social media, text messages and calls became less common. However, it is important to check whether the application has this function. It is important to note that Android calls and SMS monitoring are much easier on Android because of how it works. Parental Control- Screen Time- Website Blocker provides all these important features for the monitoring of our kids. Call monitoring, SMS, Social Media and goes as far as identifying Suspicious messages from the child’s device.

 

 

“View Call Logs” Feature:

 

In the world today, monitoring the flow of calls becomes very important. By tracking cell phone call history, you can find out who is communicating on the phone and when. If your child is constantly sticking to a smartphone, making old calls and disturbing you, it’s time to tell who he is talking to. You want to know how to view call history on a mobile device. So you can do something before the situation gets worse.

Parental Control- Screen Time- Website Blocker allows this feature to monitor who a child a child calls or calls received. Parental Control- Screen Time- Website Blocker requests log from the child’s device. It allows you to check the call history at just a glance. The log received by the Parent’s device is well detailed. It shows incoming and outgoing calls, details of the name and contact number of the calls as well as the date and time of each call.

 

Step 1:       Open < Social Media >

 

Step 2:       Click < View Call Logs >

 

Step 3:       Click < Request Log 

Log can be refreshed if you are using it more than once by clicking the REFRESH word at the top right hands side of the page.

 

Step 4:       Click < OK >

 

Step 5:       A notification will be sent from Parental Control to the Parent’s Device < Click it >

 

 

“View Default Texts” Feature:

 

You might be surprised to hear that children don’t usually use their cellphones to talk to each other. Instead, they use it to play games, search online, and chat via social media or SMS. In other words, modern children prefer text messaging rather than conversation. That’s why most Parental Control applications – whether iOS or Android – mainly focus on text tracking.

According to the latest statistics, more than 70% of young people use SMS to connect with their friends. If you see a chat history of one of your children, you will find that it is more of a recording of a telephone conversation than the message itself. This means that if you want to know what your child is talking about with their friends, you don’t need to record conversations, you can only read text messages. That’s why SMS monitoring is one of the best ways to keep up with your child’s business.

 

Step 1:       Click < View Default Texts >

 

Step 2:       Click < Request Log 

Log can be refreshed if you are using it more than once by clicking the REFRESH word at the top right hands side of the page.

 

Step 3:       Click < OK >

 

Step 4:       A notification will be sent from Parental Control to the Parent’s Device < Click it >

 

 

“View Social Media Messages” Feature:

 

Step 1:       Click < View Social Media Messages >

 

Step 2:       Click < Request Log 

Log can be refreshed if you are using it more than once by clicking the REFRESH word at the top right hands side of the page.

 

Step 3:       Click < OK >

 

Step 4:       A notification will be sent from Parental Control to the Parent’s Device < Click it >

 

 

“Suspicious Message Alert”:

 

Receive immediate alerts if your child’s phone uses inappropriate keywords or phrases. Find out if your child is looking for information or receiving/sending messages about drug use, sex, violence or other inappropriate content. You specify keywords and Parental Control- Screen Time- Website Blocker notifies you in real time when they are used. It is also used to notify a parent if their child is being bullied. You may visit https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=azo7gUtNtFI

 

Step 1:       Click < Suspicious Message Alert >

 

Step 2:       Click < Request Log 

Log can be refreshed if you are using it more than once by clicking the REFRESH word at the top right hands side of the page.

 

Step 3:       Click < OK >

 

Step 4:       A notification will be sent from Parental Control to the Parent’s Device < Click it >

 

 

Adding keywords

 

Step 1:       Click < Add More Keywords >

 

 

Step 2:       Click < Add More Keywords >

 

Step 3:       Click < + button > at the top right corner of the page to Add more keywords

 

Step 4:       Click < Add >

 

Step 5:       Click < OK >

 

Step 6:       Click < Send & Save To Child >

 

 

 

Fingerprint

 

We recommend using fingerprint ID only on parent devices where children do not know the password. If your child’s fingerprint allows him to access the device, they will have access to application settings, including the ability to change device mode. Fingerprint feature can be set up and used on both Parent and child devices. They have to be set up on each device to work. Each device stands on its own. You may visit https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b-L2JO_z-h4

 

Step 1:      Click the < Gear button > at the top right corner of the Parent’s device


 

 

 

Step 2:       Click < Fingerprint >

 

Step 3:       Go to the Phone Settings < Lock Screen and Security >

 

Step 4:       Click < Fingerprint Scanner >

< Set up fingerprint security >

                   < Set a Backup Pin >

 

Step 5:       Return to Parental Control App

Enable < Fingerprint >

Click < Enable >

 

 

 

Adding Child via QR Code

 

Parental Control app allows the parent to add device/s to the parent device. It is quiet simple. You may visit https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_YV_3d6Df3A

 

Step 1:       Click the < Gear button > at the top right corner of the Parent’s device

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Step 2:       Click < Add Child via QR Code >

 

Step 3:       Go to the Child’s Device

Type the Parent’s email < Click Scan QR Code >

 

Step 4:       Place Child’s device over the QR Code

 

Step 5:       Give the app permission

 

Step 6:       Enter Security Question used in the parent device

 

Step 7:       Enter and confirm < Pin > used in the parent’s device

 

 

Verifying Email

 

Parental Control provides a feature where Parents can verify their email so they can receive emails from the app on the status of the child’s device.

 

Step 1:       Click the < Gear button > at the top right corner of the Parent’s device

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Step 2:       Click < Verify Email >

< Verify >

 

Managing Devices

 

Parental Control- Screen Time- Website Blocker provides a feature in which parent can give the child’s device(s) an easy and nicer name as well as deleting the child’s device if desired. This feature is easier for Pro users who are managing multiple devices. Changing each device names allows the parent to monitor each device by names. You may visit https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2zVgD4RHklE

 

Step 1:       Click the < Gear button > at the top right corner of the Parent’s device

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Step 2:       Click < Manage Devices >

 

 

Changing the Child’s Devices name:

 

Step 1:       Click the < Pen button > 

 

Step 2:       Change the Child’s Device name < Done >

 

 

Deleting the Child’s Devices name:

 

Step 1:       Click the < Delete button >

 

 

Changing Passcode

 

 

Parental Control allows for changing of passcode on both devices (separately). Parent(s) should ensure that when they are changing the passcode, the child is not aware of the old or new code been set. Different passcodes can be set on both devices for each device stands on it s own in this case. So to change passcodes, the parent need to set it on each device. For tutorial assistance, you may visit https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b-L2JO_z-h4

 

Step 1:       Click the < Gear button > at the top right corner of the Parent’s device

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Step 2:       Click < Change Passcode >

 

Step 3:       Enter Old Pin < Done >

 

Step 3:       Enter and Confirm New Pin

 

The same steps are done for Changing Passcode in the Child’s Device.

Upgrading to Pro

 

 

Parental Control gives the user the options of Upgrading to the Pro Version/ Subscribing to our exciting plans for full access of the app.

 

Step 1:       Click the < Gear button > at the top right corner of the Parent’s device

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Step 2:       Click < Upgrade To Pro >

 

Step 3:       Click < Subscribe >

 

Step 4:       Verify your email < Verify >

 

Step 5:       An email will be sent to the email from Google Play

 

 

 

Resetting Device

 

 

Resetting Device means that the accounts made on the device will be permanently deleted. Child and Parent Device should be done separately. For tutorial assistance, you may visit https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IdmXCjzpRHc

 

Step 1:       Click the < Gear button > at the top right corner of the Parent’s device

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Step 2:       Click < Reset Device >

 

 

 

Rating the App

 

 

Step 1:       Click the < Gear button > at the top right corner of the Parent’s device

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Step 2:       Click < Rate App >

 

Step 3:       Give the app a rating < 5 star rating >

Click < Rate >

 

 

 

 

Message Dashboard

 

Message Dashboard is found in the Parent device. When enabled, it notifies the parent of their screen brightness and app usage. It also tells them if their app usage is beyond the set limit. This feature is offered only by Parental Control- Screen Time- Website Blocker.

 

Step 1:       Click the Phone sign at the top right of the page < Beside the help toggle >

 

Step 2:           Enable Usage Permission

 

Step 3:           Enable Parent Message Dashboard

 

Step 4:           Notification will be sent from Parental Control

Click to view

 

 

 

Top 5 Best Parental Control Apps For Your Kid’s Smartphone

If your children have their own smartphone, you might want to track or even control what they do. The best parental application provides a way to limit the time spent on the device, track usage and location, and block applications or games. Before you see options, keep in mind that most devices currently have a free master key. Therefore, you may not need to try third-party applications at all.

Let’s look at the best parent application that made our list.

 

Top 5 Parental Control App:

  1. Parental Control- Screen Time- Website Blocker

  2. FamilyTime

  3. Qustodio

  4. ESET Parental Control

  5. Web Watcher

 

1. PARENTAL CONTROL- SCREEN TIME- WEBSITE BLOCKER

 

 

Parental Control- Screen Time- Website Blocker by Jane Moore Team does exactly what it says it does. It is the only Parental Control app that offers to many great features. It monitors the kid’s screentime, tracks location, monitor calls, messages and social media, blocks websites as well as apps when needed by the parent. It is a email-based app that communicates with the Parent via daily reports of what takes place on the child’s device for 24 hours prior to requesting the report. Unlike most apps, Parental Control takes action instantly after requesting it for the child’s device.

There are three (3) types of Membership Plans for parents. Free version gives access to almost all features of the app, it allows for connection of ONE child device and restrictions of minimum features. Pro version costing only $4.99 per month allows for connection of TWO child device and unlimited access of all features. Gold version costs only $9.99 per month and can connect UNLIMITED child devices and unlimited access of all features of the app. Parental Control by Jane Moore Group is quiet easy to use.

 

 

2. FAMILYTIME (ANDROID AND IOS)

 

 

FamilyTime does everything by showing exactly what content your children should have, setting deadlines, tracking locations, and more. This software gives you tools to manage sleep and sleep times or to limit the time your children spend on their cellphones. There is also support for geo-telephony so you will receive notifications when this phone enters or leaves a certain area, and location tracking so you can see where your child is. In addition, you can block or control from application to application, apply Internet filters, monitor calls and texts, and track contact lists.

The free version only gives you access to a small number of functions. If you want premium features, there are several packages available. For example, it costs $ 27 per year for one device, up to $ 69 per year for five devices.

 

 

3. QUSTODIO (ANDROID, IOS, KINDLE, NOOK)

 

 

Qustodio is easy to use, efficient and ideal for parents who have little time. It provides a dashboard that shows all the latest cellular activities for each connected device, including time spent on certain services, such as Instagram or Twitter. From there, you can set deadlines, track lyrics, filter race pages, and block any game or application. Many customization options make it a great parental control application for managing devices for children of all ages and also working on Kindle or Nook devices, which are rare.

The disadvantage of this software is that it is a little expensive at $ 55 per year to package five devices, but there is a free version with limited controls that you can only use on one device.

 

 

4. ESET PARENTAL CONTROL (ANDROID)

 

 

ESET has a decent parental control application, but is only available for Android devices. The free version offers application blocking, game deadlines and basic reporting. The Premium version gives you the ability to lock sites, track locations, post key messages, and produce more detailed reports about their activities. The parent message feature is a smart idea. You can send messages that your child needs to answer before they can continue using their phone. You can try premium features for 30 days for free, so it costs $ 30 per device per year.

 

5. WEB WATCHER (ANDROID AND IOS)

 

 

If you feel you need to monitor your child’s text messages, including deleted text, photos, web search, call history, and location information, this might be the application for you. With Web Watcher you can even deepen activities for certain applications, including Tinder, WhatsApp, Kik, and Viber. You can also set a time limit and even take a screenshot of your child’s mobile screen. Because it is basically spyware, it must be installed in hidden mode outside the official app store. You have to go through a serious and very invasive security check, so you have to think twice before thinking about it. Prices can also stop you because they start at $ 130 per year and devices.

 

 

 

Parental Control  Frequently Asked Questions

 

 

Question 1:             How can I download Parental Control- Screen Time- Website Blocker?

Answer:                  Jane Moore Parental Control App can be downloaded by clicking the following link-   Click the link https://parentloc.com  

 

Question 2:            How to Register?

Answer:                  Download Parental Control App then register as a Parent with a valid email address and a passcode. Register the child’s device with the same email and passcode used on the parent device.

 

Question 3:         How many devices can I setup my parental control on?

Answer:               Our software can be installed on unlimited, regardless of location – at home, at school or outside and nearby. So you can protect your children wherever they are.

 

Question 4:          I didn’t receive any email after registering.

Answer:                Please check your email spam folder or email security policy. Also make sure that the e-mail address is entered correctly.

 

Question 5:         What are the system requirements?

Answer:               Parental Control- Screen Time- Website Blocker works with Windows operating systems and Android. An internet connection is required for Internet filtering and statistics.

 

Question 6:         How to use Parental Control App on Windows?

Answer:              Parental Control App- Screen Time- Website Blocker can be used on Windows by installing Bluestacks.

 

Question 7:         I do not remember my password. What can I do?

Answer:              No need to be alarmed. It is simple.

Click Forget Password on the login page

 

Question 8:          I have more questions, who do I ask?

Answer:                Jane Moore Group is always there for you. If you have ever been repaired or have questions about a product, you can contact our dedicated customer service team via Facebook Chat or send us an email.

 

Question 9:       Will my kid know that I’m using parental controls?

Answer:             Parental Control- Screen Time- Website Blocker is an app which means the app icon will be visible to all users. However, when password protected, it cannot be accessed by children.