iPhone Parental Controls is available by simply going to Settings > General. You can set Downtime, No Popups, Always On, Blocked and Private Text, Video Playback, Lock screen and Web Use. The iPhone has become a part of our lives. For those who want to use it as a phone, but do not want certain features, or who would just like to limit its usage, this application is for you. With its easy to understand interface, you can set up an iPhone Parental Control within minutes. It has an inbuilt blocker for all your favourite apps and allows you to control what your children can do on the iPhone.
There are different ways that you can activate your iPhone Parental Control. First, you need to tap “Settings” and then tap “iriptions”. This will launch Settings, and the three vertical dots on the top right corner will turn into three numbers. Tap the number corresponding to iInk Kit (the number of icons will increase). If you have purchased iInk Blocking Software, then the icon representing blocking will be displayed with the corresponding number.
Secondly, you need to enter a passcode that you have chosen, either in terms of color or alphabets. To block specific sites, enter a passcode that is of the same size, color, and font as the font you have used on your iPhone, and also the same color as your iPhone’s Home button. For additional security, you can also choose to have any one of your entries disabled. iPhone Parental Controls let you set up various restrictions and block features that you want to be allowed access to on your iPhone and also allow you to do the same for your daughter’s iPhone.
Restricting what your child can do on his or her iPhone using iPhone Parental Control is a very effective way of controlling what they can do on your mobile phone. For example, if you don’t want your teenage daughter accessing games that are rated mature, you can set up the iPhone to only allow those apps. You can also limit which apps they can use from viewing sites that are adult-oriented. You can even limit which types of text messages they can send and receive on their iOs device. With these options, you will be able to protect your daughter from people that she does not know, or may not feel comfortable with.
There are several other iPhone parenting options available that let you do the same. For example, you can block specific apps from being installed on your child’s phone. You can install a firewall to prevent certain web pages from loading. And, you can even put in place a screen lock to prevent anyone else from being able to use your child’s phone. All of these are easily accomplished with the use of iPhone parental apps.
If you want to further restrict which types of adult content your child is able to access on their iPhone, there are even more options available. For example, you can set up a “child safe” area in which only certain websites are available. The only problem with this option is that you could very well find that the websites your child visits are not the only inappropriate sites for them to visit. In addition, the adult content on the websites in this area will not have any effect on the performance of your iPhone.
One of the features allows you to block specific apps from being downloaded by your child. Again, this is useful if you are downloading a program that you do not approve of for your child’s use. You can simply install the iPhone app store blocking application, and all of the apps that you do not want your child to access will be blocked from being downloaded to the iPhone. While this feature allows you to block specific apps from being downloaded by your child, it is best to consider the advantages and disadvantages of doing this.
In addition to the filtering of web content and the addition of iPhone app store restrictions, the newest version of the Parental Control app lets you set up filters for incoming text messages. This feature allows you to limit the amount of time that you spend reading text messages on your iPhone. You can simply configure the settings app to read text messages only during particular hours of the day. In this way, you can monitor what your child is texting, even if you cannot be present. Of course, you could also set up additional filters for the incoming and outgoing text messages that you receive and enable these too. With these and many more new features available, there is no reason why you should not be able to manage your child’s iPhone usage more effectively than before.