By Jason Jason / / Android Apps Tips

How to Make Your Android Phone Kids Friendly

If you are a parents, then you might want to protect your child from bad influence, because our kids are our future generation. They must be protect, so that the memes can’t touch them, and so today, we will give you some of the tips to make your Android phone kids friendly.

1. Delete all of the inappropriate apps

There are so many inappropriate apps that are available for downloads. Pick the best one that can be use for you and for your kids. Try not to include something that you don’t want to explained later on. If you had, then please immediately delete it. Or you can just hide them by using the already available “Show/Hide apps feature” on your Android Phone.

2. Download Educational Apps

Not all apps are bad. Install an educational apps so that you can make them grow faster and smarter. If you are searching for an educational apps. then you might want to check out our post on “4 Perfect educational Games for Kids

3. Set up Parental Control on Google Play

When you turn on parental controls, you can restrict what content can be downloaded or purchased from Google Play based on maturity level, with it, you can easily control what your kids can and cannot download. For example the apps or games that you don’t want, simply put the restriction for it, and it will automatically filter out your unwanted apps. See the image above to set up parental controls.

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4. Use the Feature Kids Mode

Did you know that you can download an app called Kids mode that you can use to protect your child? The apps is compatible  that can be use to prevent your child from accessing a potentially harmful content by setting up a PIN. It also works to prevent your child from exiting kids mode. The feature allow you to control and customize what you want to restrict from your child.

5. Educate them properly 

Kids are a curious being, and that is what makes them grow. However, give them a proper understanding of what is good and what is bad. Of course it won’t be easy, but this is probably the best way in the long run.

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