Today’s world of Internet-connected phones and tablets makes a parent’s job far more difficult. But technology can help.
An app called Switch Off allows users to control how long their children can use their phone or tablet and which apps they can use when the device is in their hands.
The app works on Android phones and tablets. The adult in charge sets an access timer and determines which apps are on or off.
The app is available for .99 cents in the Google Play Store. To get a closer look at the app, check out the Switch Off website, which will display in 14 different languages, and watch the video below.
You can also follow @switchoff_app on Twitter and visit the company’s Facebook page.