FlashGet Kids Getting Started

This is a beginner’s guide to using FlashGet Kids. Discover the ultimate solution for modern parenting with FlashGet Kids! Keep a close eye on your children’s online activities, easily manage their screen time and app usage, set geofences for their safety, and stay informed of their whereabouts at all times.

Stage1: Install FlashGet Kids

Let’s start by installing the FlashGet Kids app. The app must be installed simultaneously on the parent’s and kids’ mobile phones.

Step 1. Download and install FlashGet Kids for parent on the parent’s device.

When the parent uses an Android phone:

You can search for FlashGet Kids on Google Play or visit our download page on parent’s device.

FlashGet Kids parental control

When the parent uses an iPhone or iPad:

You can only download FlashGet Kids on App Store. You can visit App Store to search for our app or go to our download page on parent’s device.

FlashGet kids on App Store

Step 2. Get a FlashGet account.

Before using FlashGet Kids for parent, you must register a FlashGet account. If you have the account already, please click Sign in.

Sign up FlashGet Parental COntrol

Step 3. Bind kid’s device to parent’s device.

As of now, our FlashGet Kids parental control app only supports managing children’s Android devices. However, we are also working on adapting the app to support Apple devices within the next few months. This will allow parents to monitor their children’s activities on any device they use.

  1. Open a browser on your kid’s device, and enter flashget.kids/d. Please be aware that it’s not flashget.com.
  2. Click the download button to download the APK file.


If you see a popup prompt of “unknown sources,” tap on Settings > toggle on Downloads from Unknown Sources or something similar that contains “Unknown Sources.”

Because FlashGet Kids for child is not on the Google Play store, Google defines APK files installed from third-party channels as from unknown sources, and you need to allow installation from unknown sources in the settings to continue.

  1. After installation, click “Done” to open FlashGet Kids (Child’s app) on your child’s device.

If you’re using Android 13 or later, you may fail to click open FlashGet Kids for child directly (The open button is grey or the open button does not work). You can go to phone browser on kid’s device and enter flashget.kids/openkids.


Can’t find the FlashGet Kids icon after installation on your child’s device?

If you can’t find FlashGet Kids on your child’s device, follow the methods below:

How to bind FlashGet Kids for child’s app?

Open and sign in “FlashGet Kids for parent” on parent’s phone.
Tap on “Parents’ devices,” and choose “Agree.”

parents' device

Click “Next” to get a 9-digit code on the parent’s app.

Get binding code

Then enter the 9-digit code on the child app on Kids devices.

Click “Next“> “Confirm.” Turn on the relevant permissions to keep FlashGet Kids running in the background.

Check the video below to download and bind FlashGet Kids!

How to add another new device on FlashGet Kids for parent on parent’s device?

Open FlashGet Kids on parent’s phone.

Tap the Add icon at the upper right corner of your dashboard to bind more devices.

Add new device

Stage2: Set Up FlashGet Kids for child

Step 1. Follow the on-screen instructions to allow the phone permissions on child’s device.

Step 2. Open FlashGet Kids for child on your child’s device. Tap “Hide icon” on the dashboard. And then turn on “Hide Icon“ Then the FlashGet Kids will disappear from the kid’s screen.

Hide Icon

Step 3. Set up a keep running in Background setting to make FlashGet Kids for child run continuously in the background of a device. This ensures that FlashGet Kids for child remains effective at all times in protecting children.

Stage3: Start FlashGet Kids

Monitor your kids’ online activities and let them away from all risks.

Screen Time


  • Monitor the time the child spends on their mobile devices.
  • Set limits for the child’s phone and lock the screen.
  • Set limits for children’s screen time and apps.
  • Set specific times and locations remotely.
  • Block selected apps or devices.


Step 1. Heading to the “Usage Limits” on the dashboard. 

Usage Limits

Step 2. Then tap on “Screen Time Limits“> “Add limits.”

FlashGet Parental Control - Screen Time

Step 3. Choose the “Limit Type” you want to configure. You can set “Available Time Limits“ and ” Timespan Limits.” Choose “Available Time Limits” to set up the time that child can play. Choose ” Timespan Limits” to set the timespan the child can not play.

Step 4. Go to Limit settings. Set the limits name. You can customize the time, “Every day” or ” Customize everyday timespan.” After this, tap on “Save.”

Set Screen Time Limits

Tracking App


  • Block all apps with one tap by using the Disable All Apps feature.
  • See how many notifications any app has received.
  • Set up a screen time limit for the devices.
  • Set up a time limit for an app and block the app when the limit is reached.
  • Set up Smart Schedule to block a chosen app or disable the phone during a particular time.
  • Customize the allowed apps list.


Step 1. Click “Usage Limits.” Choose whether to turn on “Disable All Apps” or “Forbid New Apps” to block all apps or new installed apps.

Disable All Apps or Forbid New Apps.

Step 2. Go to”Usage Limits“ > “Screen Time Limits” > “Add Limits” > Choose “Available Time Limits” or “Timespan Limits” > “Save.”

Go to Usage Limits -Screen Time Limits

Step 3. Head to “Usage Limits” > “App Time Limits” > “Add Limits” > Search or Select App > “Next.”

App Time Limits

Step 4. Go to “Usage Limits” > “Always Allow” > “Search” or “Select App” > “Save.”


App Blocker


  • Manage and block some or all apps installed on your child’s phone.
  • Manage the block list and set the category.
  • Set up blocking time and blocking zones.
  • Block access to a certain app and set strict mode on kids’ phones.


Step 1. Head to “Usage Limits” > Choose whether to turn on ” Disable All Apps” or “Forbid New Apps” to block all apps or new installed apps.

Disable All Apps or Forbid New Apps

Step 2. If you don’t want your kids play that app on their phone, you could head to “Screen Time Limits” > “Add limits” > “Available Time limits” or “Time Span Limits” > “Every day” or “Customize everyday timespan.” > “Save.”

Go to Screen Time Limits

Or, you can go to “App Time Limits” > “Add limits” > “Select Apps” according to the categories > “Next” > ” Available Time limits” or “Time Span Limits” > “Every day” or “Customize everyday timespan.” >”Save.”

Step 3. Choose ” Always Allow” apps. Head to “Usage Limits” > “Always Allow“> “Search” or “Select Apps” > “Save.”

Go to Usage Limits

Daily Usage


  • Monitor the app usage.
  • Analyze and read your daily mobile data usage.
  • Check your child’s daily usage of screen time.
  • View your child’s daily movements.


Step 1. Open FlashGet Kids for parent on parent’s device. Then head to the dashboard > “Device Activity” > “Daily Usage” Then you can check the daily usage of your child’s phone.

Alerts and Notifications


  • View the notifications and get your child’s app preferences.
  • Receive and get an alert when the phone is off, or the child accesses inappropriate content.
  • Manage whether to allow and set access time periods.
  • Generate a verification code to authorize your children to modify or delete permissions.


Step 1. Open FlashGet Kids for parent on parent’s device, then head to “Notice.”


Step 2. Click “Alerts” to your child’s phone activities. You can click the date to see their phone activity history. “<“: go back to the previous day. “>“: go to the next day.

Alert date

Step 3. Tap on “Notification” beside “Alerts” to see your child’s phone messages that he is reading.


Step 4. Then Scroll down to the bottom to see if the child is accessing inappropriate content.

Location Tracker


  • Check the current location of your kid’s device.
  • View route history to see your child’s location history.


Step 1. Go to the “Live Location” on the dashboard. Then you can see a map and your child’s device location.

Step 2. Tap on “Route history.” Choose the latest 15 days you want to see. Then you will get the history of your child’s location.

Live Location



  • Set up a specific area to get notified when kids enter or leave the area.


Step 1. Click “Live Location” on the dashboard, then click on “Geofences” > “Add geofence.”

Step 2. Enter a name for the geofence. You can choose to set the current location as the geofence or click Change and search for another place.

Step 3. Swipe the blue dot left and right to confirm the range you would like to apply to the Geofence area and tap Save.

Add Geofence

Live Monitoring


  • Tracks the devices and environment of your Kids in Real-Time.
  • Captures the contents that your kids are viewing.
  • Listen to the sounds of the environment around the child.


Step 1. Go to Live Monitoring on the dashboard. Click “Screen Mirroring” > “Continue.” Then you can view your child’s phone screen. Click “” to go back to the dashboard.

FlashGet Parental Control Screen Mirroring

Step 2. Head to “Remote Camera” > “Continue.” Then you can see your child’s current environment. Tap “” to go back to the dashboard.

FlashGet Remote Camera

Step3. Go to “One-way Audio” > ” Continue” > “Record.” Then you can listen to the sound around the child.

Go to One-way Audio

All the recordings will be kept in “Me” > “My Recordings.”

My recordings