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Universal Parental Controls For Smartphones, Tablets & Computers

SUREN on January 11, 2014

According to recent research, the average household has 5-6 internet connected devices today. This includes a mix of computers, smartphones and tablets. Nearly 97% of kids access the internet when they have access to it. Moreover, 27% of families access the internet on multiple devices at multiple locations.
Mobicip Support Multiple Devices & Platforms
As a parent, how do you help your family navigate this gadget glut? This can be a touchy issue, and the best way to deal with it is using a mix of the right tools, information, and common sense. Mobicip is proud to play a role in this mix by providing universal parental controls across multiple device platforms.

The challenge of managing such a variety of devices is greatly simplified as well. Use the web-based Monitor or the Monitor app (on iOS) to configure your settings and monitor activity remotely.

At the end of the day, the tool needs to be used along with an educated approach and relying on plain old intuition and common sense. 

To report issues or feedback, please get in touch with us. If you're happy with Mobicip, leave a happy review on the Apple App Store or Google Play store! Your feedback and support will be greatly appreciated!

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