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Sometimes information can be harmful to children. In an era literally called the “age of information,” it has become easier for anybody to access the unlimited stream of information in the world, and harder to block that access if it’s harmful. Luckily, there are ways of putting parental controls on ASUS tablets. 

Many companies, such as Asus, now have parental controls as a default on their devices. Parents can use such features to control the content exposed to their children. But not everybody knows where to start. And the controls that parents have are more than an on/off switch. 

So, if you have an Asus tablet, how should you limit your child, protecting them from inappropriate websites? In this article, we’ll discuss how you can protect your children using ASUS tablets. 

How to Find ASUS Settings 

ASUS tablets use Android as their operating system, and this OS has its parental system, not stored in the device’s settings, but instead in the Play Store App. So,  here are the steps you need to take to get to parental controls on Google Play. 

  1. Tap the Profile icon on the top right of your screen. 
  2. Go to Settings 
  3. Go to Family > Parental Controls 

Restrictions of Parental Controls on ASUS Tablets 

Voila! You’re in parental controls and want to restrict your children’s access to specific content. How much power do parental controls actually grant you? To answer that, here are your choices based on the type of content you want to restrict. 


Games might be the first thing children think of when they open Play Store. Even the Play Store itself knows this; that’s why even though games are all apps, they’re in a completely different category. 

In the case of games and other apps, the filter you can choose is based on the content rating. In other words, you choose the highest content rating you want to allow your child to experience, and games and apps that are above that content rating won’t be installed. The downside to this approach is that children can still see those games or apps when they search for them or go to the website that directs them to the app in question. 

Movies and TV 

For movies and TV, the same rules apply. You can choose the highest content rating you deem appropriate for your children, and they won’t be able to purchase or playback higher ratings. But they will still be able to see them in their search results or go to their page directly. 


Books aren’t filtered based on their content rating. Rather, you simply choose not to let your children read books with sexually explicit content. The downside to this isn’t just that the book might appear in search results, but that the filter won’t catch 100% of books with this type of content. 

Third-Party Parental Supervising Apps 

To make supervising children and teenagers even easier, Google has introduced Family Link, an app that is available and helps to put parental controls on ASUS tablets. The app extends the settings in the Play Store described above to other Google services, such as Chrome and YouTube. Again, Google says this isn’t a perfect model, and inappropriate content can still get through sometimes.  

Speaking of making things easier, third-party parental control apps such as Safes can also be used on ASUS tablets. Safes has features that make it a superior option to Family Link; some of them are as follows: 

  • Block specific keywords 
  • Inform you of your child’s whereabouts 24/7 
  • Detect explicit keywords in searches 
  • Let your child find you whenever they require assistance 
  • Report driving habits 
  • Block apps 
  • Pause the child’s device 

Using the Best Parental Monitoring Apps 

ASUS tablets don’t have their own specific parental control settings. What they can offer in terms of parental supervision is what their operating system offers. To that end, we must look to Google for guidance, a third party. And if we’re inviting guests to this party of ours, why not cut to the chase and invite parental control apps that can give complete control to parents? These apps can let you decide what content is appropriate for your children and what isn’t, not being limited to Google’s services. Feel free to download the app to learn more about Safes’ features and pricing. 

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