Wednesday, March 15, 2017

Google’s new app lets parents control how kids are using their phones

You can do pretty much anything on a smartphone nowadays. That’s generally a good thing, but it can present a tough balancing problem for parents who want to give young children access to technology while still keeping tabs on what they’re doing. Google’s new Android app, Family Link, aims to solve that. It lets parents create a Google account for their kids and monitor which apps they can use and how long they’re using them. To get started, parents need to prep in a few ways: Kid needs a new Android device running Android 7.0 Nougat or higher Parents need…

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