So if you want to keep your child's Android smartphone or tablet safe and secure, here's what you should know about the apps you need. Priceless This roundup highlights four Android parental control apps we've reviewed: Net Nanny, Mobicip, Qustodio Parental Control, and our Editors' Choice Norton Family Parental Control.
Net Nanny offers a standalone Android app subscription for per year.
This list currently highlights only the latest and greatest Android apps for parental control.
Many of these utilities have i OS counterparts, but they're typically more powerful on Android because of Google's looser restrictions for what they can and can't do.
Many apps have a range a filtering presets based on how old the child is.
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Some even handle HTTPS, so kids can't evade them using a secure anonymizing proxy.
At least with those full subscriptions you'll be able to protect additional devices and children.
Out of the services we've tested, only Norton's offers the full capability of its Web interface in an independent mobile app.
Web and Social Media Filtering The primary way parental control apps clean up the Internet for kids is by filtering out websites with explicit material and other inappropriate content.
So the rules don't have to be ironclad if your child is particularly mature.
Social media filtering is also a big feature of parental control apps.