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Based on Common Sense‘s report, two-thirds of kids join social media by the age of 14. Yet, social media are not entirely safe for children. That’s why major social media such as Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter require users to be 13 years old or older. Kids are threatened by safety
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Pornography on the internet is undeniably common since porn websites are among the most visited. Although porn websites require users to verify they’re above 18 to be able to use their services, pornography is not only common among adults. 62% to 68% of teenagers report having watched pornography based on
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Cyberbullying among kids is a growing issue with severe consequences. We must discuss ‘what are the effects of cyberbullying on children?’ to help them.
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Parental controls are essential on kids’ phones. Read this article to find out if parental control apps can be detected, and should they?
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Are you trying to get a hold of your underage kid’s text messages? Don’t worry, you’re not alone. In this day and age, when many kids are spending increasingly more time texting on their phones, you as a parent might be concerned about whom your child is texting, and what
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Social media are viral among children. 71% of kids start using social media before they’re 14, according to Common Sense. However, most parents are doubtful if it is wise to let children use social media. Parents have repetitively asked us questions like ‘how does social media affect kids?’ It’s necessary
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Sexting is sending messages, videos/photos that contain sexual content. It can also refer to discussing and proposing sex acts. But it can and, in some cases, MUST be prevented. Here is a table of the contents of this article:
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Safes Content Team

This guide will help you understand what racism is, its different forms, and how to educate your child about it to empower them to navigate it.
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Cyberbullying is a NEW PHENOMENON which is a WORLDWIDE PROBLEM and is becoming more common among youth today.
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Safes Content Team

Cyberbullying on the internet, bullying with the use of digital technologies. What is it and what should parents do about it.
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Safes Content Team

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Download Safes Kids for Chrombook

  1. Install the Safes Kids app on your Chromebook from Google Play. 
  2. Pair Safes Kids with parent app. Follow the instructions in the app to pair your child’s device with your parent device.  
  3. Add the Safe Kids Chrome extension. Open Chrome and go to the Chrome Web Store. 
  4. Navigate to the Manage extensions page. Click the three dots in the top right corner of Chrome and select “Extensions”>”Manage Extensions”>”Details”
  5. Turn on “Allow in incognito mode” This will allow the Safe Kids extension to work in incognito mode, which is important if your child uses incognito mode to try to bypass the parental controls.
  6. Select Safes extension and follow on-screen instruction

Download Safes Kids for Android

Download the Android Kid’s app directly to get the full features!

Download Safes Kids App on Play Store

Download Safes Kids App on Play Store

Safe Kids is available on the Google Play Store, but if you download it directly from our website, you will get access to Call and SMS monitoring feature, You can monitor the phone calls of your child’s device, as well as the contacts and messages they have sent and received, including those containing inappropriate content.