Forcefield for Parent Device

Forcefield for Parent Device

By Forcefield

  • Category: Utilities
  • Release Date: 2015-11-10
  • Current Version: 1.6.8
  • Adult Rating: 17+
  • File Size: 68.05 MB
  • Developer: Forcefield
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 8.2 or later.
Score: 3.5
3.5
From 55 Ratings

Description

Keep kids safe and connected on their devices without spyware! Forcefield is a collaborative tool that lets parents stay connected to their children’s online activity while respecting kids’ privacy. No text, email or phone monitoring. Forcefield is designed to teach kids and teens how to self-regulate their online behavior with easy-to-use tools for both parents and kids. With the Forcefield Parent app, parents can custom-create screen-time limits and controls to protect children’s sleep, homework and family time, and to help prevent access and exposure to inappropriate content. + App Sleeper Remotely turn off apps on your kids' mobile devices, or sleep them on a schedule. Kids up all night on Pinterest, Facebook and Instagram? Set a repeating schedule to keep apps off at night. + App Report See all apps on your kids' mobile devices, get alerts when new apps are installed. Games, social networks and even Netflix are all included in the report. If they can download it, you’ll see it in the App Report. + Browsing Controls Use blocking to protect your kids from objectionable sites. Lock in Google SafeSearch and YouTube Restricted Mode to help ensure safe browsing. + Photo Report Get copies of photos and videos your kids post and share on social networks like Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and Tumblr. + Activity Report See all websites your kids visit, from all of their devices. + Curated library Give your kids access to over 400 curated premium websites and app recommendations, including some of the very best math and science apps as well as top websites for reading, writing and research. Forcefield offers a 30-DAY NO-RISK FREE TRIAL with access to all features. After the risk-free trial, Forcefield is $11.99 per month for one child and two parents or $129.99 yearly. Each additional child is $3 per month or $30 per year. Parents can register unlimited devices per child without additional charges. Payment will be charged to iTunes account at confirmation of purchase. - Subscription automatically renews unless auto-renew is turned off at least 24-hours before the end of the current period. Please contact support@forcefield.me if you are experiencing any issues. Terms of Use: https://forcefield.me/terms Privacy Policy: https://forcefield.me/privacy

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Reviews

  • Good but...

    1
    By Dmantridblg
    This is great for parents who want to invade their kids personal space! It is also good for letting them not talk to friends and the first app to spy on your kids!!! I use it every day to look at their private texts to their Girlfriends and boyfriends! It is just like the Russian spy device from the old James Bond movie I can control everything they do whenever I want 1/10 would not recommend
  • Great App

    5
    By c.abr
    Knowing that there is protection against unwanted content has been incredibly helpful for our family. Very grateful for Forcefield
  • Super app

    5
    By iphoneuser85368644
    I have tried a lot of these, but Forcefield is the best. I set a repeating schedule to sleep the apps on my boys' phones during homework every night and it works perfectly. No social media distractions during study or sleep time. Although they would never admit it, I think my kids actually like the app down time.
  • Great

    5
    By D*D*
    Great App for parental control
  • Kid friendly!

    5
    By AB36Beez
    The 1 star reviews are clearly written by kids, not parents! As a parent I like this product better than others I've tried because it's the most kid-friendly and family-friendly. It does NOT have a spyware mode which my kids appreciate. Any hope of keeping kids safe on line has to be based in trust!
  • Game changer

    5
    By Madremo
    I'm not sure what the one star reviews are referring to. I have young kids who are NOT looking for mature content but they have stumbled across it while on YouTube. Stuff you can't unsee. Being able to lock in Restricted Mode has brought us peace. I don't hover anymore - which makes everyone happier!!!
  • Love this app

    5
    By Mattluela
    The app sleeper has changed our household. Apps are automatically off from dinner time until morning. Kids get their homework done and get to bed without all the app and social media distractions. We love it.
  • Game changer for our family

    5
    By MahoneyNC
    I installed Forcefield on my child's device about a month ago, and it has completely changed the dynamic in our household. My son went from spending probably six hours a day on screens to one hour a day on screens doing non-school activities. Although we had some tension at the beginning, he has come around to liking force field, and even told me recently that he understands that we use Forcefield because we love him!!! He's a 14-year-old boy! This has changed how he spends his free time -- all for the better. And I don't feel like I'm spying on him. He does however understand that his two Apple devices are privileges--subject to his parents' supervision which we think is entirely appropriate. We are grateful to have Forcefield
  • This has not been working

    2
    By Jordan Dugger
    Everytime I try to check this app it alerts my kids that Im watching. Also when I try to view this device all I get is a blurry screen? Reason why? No! This is a bad app and is not well made mabey Ill take the time to download it when they fix there bugs
  • Phone usage

    4
    By Rmp531
    This app has allowed my daughter to begin to learn how to self regulate her phone use during school/homework time. She will often recognize her inability to focus on school/homework because of her phone. Apple does not allow any parental regulations. There are some things that I would change about this app. The lag time between sleep/wake as well as setting multiple sleep times during the day. I also would like to see the apps return to their previous locations (this is an issue for my daughter). Overall this app has worked well for us, teaching my daughter that the phone can not be a priority when school/homework suffer because of it.

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