Norton helps parents monitor kids
Philippines - Targeting parents, Norton has released an app that allows them to keep an eye on their kids’ smartphone activities.
Through the new app, parents can also avail several tools to teach kids safe and age-appropriate digital habits on their mobile devices.
The application provides web monitoring and blocking features for free. Applied through their Norton Online Family account, parents can use the same set of web filtering settings for the child's PC and apply them to the child's Android phone.
The service tracks up to seven days of content for free.
Parents can download the app on their child's Android phone, login into their Norton Online Family account (or create one from within the application) and centrally manage the "House Rules" on that device through the onlinefamily.norton.com website.
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