Limit Screen Time
An easy way to limit screen time for kids, monitor and track how much time they spend on their cell phones, and build healthy habits.
Unlock Your Potential to Manage Your Child’s Screen Time
Know your children’s screen use
- Monitor the time children spend on their mobile device and intervene if necessary because not all screen time is valuable.
- Discover your child’s frequency of using apps, and understand their preferences.
- Preventing children from spending too much screen time on social media apps in the digital world.
Set limits for Screen Time and location
- Set a limit for a child’s phone to reduce screen time, and lock the screen promptly to prevent your child from phone addiction.
- Set specific times and locations remotely and build healthy habits, including setting app limits to certain apps with the App Blocker feature.
- Utilize the Geofence feature to establish virtual boundaries around specific areas and lock the kids’ phones to help them focus on their studies.
Encourage children to bulid healthy habits
- Block selected apps or devices at a designated time of day to help children stay focused.
- Set up Geofence to help you lock your kid’s phone automatically when they enter or leave it.
- Instead of banning, consider setting limits for children’s screen and apps. Less screen time is about spending time doing fun things.
How to Manage Screen Time via FlashGet Kids?
Install FlashGet Kids on parents’ devices.
Register a FlashGet account and then sign in.
Bind children’s devices to parents’ devices and connect them.
Why Do I Need FlashGet Kids Screen Time?
Generally, it is recommended that children under 18 months of age avoid any time on screen. Less screen time is best for child’s age under two years old. While for older kids 2-5 years old, experts tend to recommend limiting screen time to one hour or less per day. So limiting screen time will contribute to children’s motor development and lifelong health.