Children are able to access the internet from multiple devices in addition to the PC.
Today our homes boast Tabs; Smart Phones; Games and Televisions to name a few. These are just some of devices connecting us to the internet today. Having so many ways connecting us to the internet, our kids are spending more time connected to devices, than to family and friends.
Internet access comes at an interpersonal cost to all of us, and it also presents a real danger to children when access is unrestricted.
This parental responsibility and the need for parental control software sometimes results in some drastic actions by parents, such as removing internet access completely.
However, this removes all the positive learning opportunities that do come with internet access, a bit like throwing the baby out with the bathwater.
Fortunately with iKydz, internet safety for children need not be an all-or-nothing affair.
With iKydz you have a digital parenting tool that gives you direct parental control over unlimited devices connected to your home's internet. The small iKydz device plugs directly into your home modem to keep your children safe and puts you back in control.
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One smart device & one App that lets you manage all your home's connected devices.
Simply plug iKydz into your home modem/router & download the App to your phone. No technical knowledge is required.
Control internet access & content on every device; phones, tablets, gaming consoles, TVs, from your mobile phone, from anywhere.
Children are tech-savvy so iKydz has been made tamper-proof.
The PRO version for gaming households, will enable the child in all of us.
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