NetNanny is one of the most popular parental control services in the US. NetNanny helps to effectively shield minors from dangerous, offensive and shocking content. The app is available for iOS, Android, Kindle, Windows and MacOS.

We have a product team working on the service, which develops mobile applications for iOS and Android, as well as web-service.
Work done
We've designed the interfaces
We've developed iOS and Android apps
We've developed the web service
We've integrated with the server part
We're supporting and developing the project post launch
A well respected US-based online magazine "tom's guide" recognized our app as the best in parental control for the second year in a row. See the most recent comparison by following the link.

NetNanny is also frequently mentioned and recommended in articles about parental control by Business Insider, The New York Times, ABS News.
Tech Stack
iOS: Swift
Android: Java
Frontend: Vue.js
Events feed
The app's main screen displays all the events associated with kids to their respective parents: what apps were installed, what kind of search engine inquiries were made, whether the child got home or to school. A swipe down on the upper panel with all the kids's avatars will display a map with their coordinates.
Child info screen
There are five tabs on the child's screen: the child's location, web search queries, phone usage statistics (per day/per month), information about blocked content and installed applications.
It may be necessary to restrict your child from using certain smartphone features at specific times. For example, to turn off the internet at night or during homework. This can be done by scheduling weekly restrictions.
Other settings
The are several more other options available to the parents: NetNanny offers filters by content category, also it is possible to create your own black and white lists of sites and to limit the Internet or phone usage for a while.
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