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The New Safes Kids is now available on iOS

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    As a Safes user, you get new and improved Safes Kids features regularly. Take a look below to see what’s new for you today: 


    Screen Time:

    Safes Kids now lets you see how much time your child spends on each app throughout the day. You can devise a screen time schedule by checking your child’s screen time habits. Additionally, you can organize apps into bundles and set limits for each. All games can be grouped together and restricted at once. You can also limit the time your kid spends on social media apps by grouping them in one place. 


    App Blocker:

    We’ve made some improvements to our app blocker. Now you don’t need device management tools to use this feature, which lets you block apps on your child’s phone based on categories and add exceptions. 


    Activity report: 

    We made improvements to our Activity Report feature so you can now see your child’s activity report per app. Activity Report lets you track your child’s screen time on a daily, weekly, and monthly basis. We keep track of the time they spend playing each and every game. If you find anything concerning, you can limit it. 


    Safe Search:

    You can now get notifications and reports about what your child searches on their browser with Safe Search. Safe Search features a comprehensive database of inappropriate keyword categories based on your child’s age. Activating Safe Search will help you remove offensive, explicit, and harmful results for your children. 



    Location Services (Live Location, Geofence, Location History):

    We have improved our location services to make them more user-friendly and stable. Now you can always keep track of where your child is, regardless of whether they are online or offline. Featuring an incredibly detailed location history and a geofence that can be relied upon at all times. 


    Uninstall protection: 

    Thanks to this feature, you won’t have to worry about your kid uninstalling the app without your permission. Your kid can only uninstall the app if you give them the password you set. 


    And a lot more… 


    Safes Team 

    Safes announcements

    Safes announcements

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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.