mSpy To Bring Parents A Gift For Christmas With Mobile Monitoring App

Fri Dec 22, 2017 - 1:45pm UTC

mSpy has published insights on this year’s UNICEF report regarding “bedroom culture” among children. As a responsible developer in this industry, they’ve taken the initiative to encourage parents to get their kids out into the real world while remaining safely monitored.

Edinburgh, Scotland – December 22, 2017

mSpy.com has read and analysed the recent UNICEF report (https://www.unicef.org/publications/files/SOWC_2017_ENG_WEB.pdf) into the alarming rise of “bedroom culture” among children, who increasingly isolate themselves to spend more and more of their time online, interacting through smartphones and other digital devices. The report outlines the dangers of the digital space: content, contact and conduct. It also talks about the growing risk of digital dependency. mSpy has published new information on how their parental control app can help mitigate many of these digital dangers, making it the perfect gift for the family this Christmas.

The mSpy parental control app allows parents to limit online time, and limit access to apps and environments that can be harmful to their children’s development. At the same time, the GPS monitoring allows parents to set no-go areas with alerts, while tracking their child’s current location, thereby helping parents encourage their children to spend more time playing outdoors without worrying about where they are.

mSpy offers full insights into how their app can help with UNICEFs mission to “harness the good, limit the harm” of a child’s connectivity, and concludes with a special Christmas gift. They are offering 25% off all mSpy packages bought over the Christmas period.

Rachel Burnham, CMO at mSpy.com explained, “Our parental control app is available for both Android and iOS devices and desktop computers. It can monitor everything from text messages to browsing history, so parents can see what media their children are being exposed to. UNICEF has identified the major dangers to children in a new report, and expressed that these dangers are not just from criminal elements online, but from their own behavioral choices, affecting their development. That’s why our app is crucial to creating a happy family. Our app supports the culture of social and family time, encouraging outdoor and sport activities by managing kids’ screen time and drawing them back into the family get-together.”

About mSpy: mSpy is the #1 best rated parental control smartphone application, available for both iOS and Android. The app enables parents to monitor text messages, calls, current GPS location, SnapChat, WhatsApp and many more apps, with advanced features including calendar reminders and alarms to assist parents with family scheduling. Used by over one million parents, mSpy is a bastion of the monitoring market, with 24/7 customer support, and special mAssistance online troubleshooting.

Contact Info:
Name: Rachel Burnham
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Organization: mSpy
Address: Suite 2, 5 St. Vincent Street, Edinburgh, EH3 6SW, Scotland, UK
Phone: 442081338717

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