Kytephone App For Android Smartphone: Avoid Kids Misusing Smartphones [Video]

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In this modern era, it has become vital for the kids to be informative and up to date. More and more kids are provided with Smartphones by their parents around the world. And the parents have to keep track of their kids in order to avoid getting them spoiled, as these devices can very well be used to access illicit content or to resort to something, which the parents are definitively not going to be proud.

Using the new start-up app “Kytephone“, parents can now control the smartphone usage habits amongst kids.

Kytephone- The First Smartphone for Kids

 

Renat Gataullin and Martin Drashkov – founders of Kytephone, wanted to drop a safer feeling into parents mind about their safety concern towards their young children (especially teenagers) in today’s “mobile-centric” society. According to Truste, 80% of teenagers delete their information after using a device, so parents don’t see it. But spying on them isn’t going to help, that is where Kytephone app comes to the rescue.

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Working of Kytephone app:

Kytephone – app for Android – has a fun to work with interface designed specially for kids. Parents can insert a set of required contacts via their dashboard. Kids will be able to call only those numbers. Kids can’t uninstall the app and will fail if they try to stop the app by switching the phone off or by removing the battery. Parents can quickly enable or disable the games or apps that they want their children to access.

Parents can see their kid’s last location, photos taken by their kid and get a summary of all activity on the phone, including games played and calls made.

The company says that this application won’t share kids information and no ads will be displayed what so ever. The company will charge the app users in the future for premium versions.

Surely this app might prove safer for the kids to positively use their smartphone.

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The below video showcases the advantages, functionality and features of Keynote. Undoubtedly, the app makes it easier for parents to keep their children protected from the negative evolution of technology and mobile usage.

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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VKKU045H-ag

 

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