KidsCare - Child Lock
1,000 - 5,000 downloads
- Easy to use
- Multiple users
- There are other similar apps for free
+ By Tapp Software
Create several users for your kids and select the apps they can use
KidsCare - Child Lock is a useful application for kids who use your mobile phones. If you don't want your kid to click on ads, dial numbers or use certain apps, with this app you'll be able to control which apps they have access to and which ones not.
First of all, you need to create a user (you can create multiple ones), add the picture and then select all the apps your kid will be able to use. Then, you can set the password and add a password hint to remind you. You can repeat this actions with the other users and add different apps to each list.
The design is simple and easy to use, although we would like a children-like design better, perfect for them so they can feel they have their own phone. Anyway, this is a really useful app that works perfectly well. Tapp Software is the developer of KidsCare, their only app so far and a good choice for your kid's safety.
You set up an account for your child (can customize with their name and picture). Then select the apps you want them to be able to use. Now when they want to use your phone, simply log on to their account and they are limited to the apps you chose. When they are done, just enter your parental password and full access is restored. Simple and easy to use!
-Can create multiple users
-You decide what apps each user can use
-Ability to set Timer to specify how long user can use apps.
-Simple design and easy to use
-Blocks advertisements, apps, or links when clicked
-User cannot use home or back button to exit
-Doesn't replace home action/launcher
-If device is turned off while KidsCare is running, KidsCare will resume when device is turned back on (optional feature).
FULL NETWORK ACCESS - Only used when the user request their password to be reset. Then we send the user an email.
DRAW OVER OTHER APPS - Used to prevent Kids from going to non approved apps
RETRIEVE RUNNING APPS - Used to ensure only approved apps are being used
MODIFY SYSTEM SETTINGS - Used to temporarily change the screen timeout (this is an optional feature)
RUN AT STARTUP - Used to resume KidsCare after the device has been turned back on (this is an optional feature)
For more information visit: http://www.kidscareapp.com/
tags: child lock,screen lock, kids home, android parental controls, safety, kids games, android profiles, app protector, childproof, parental control, kids launcher, kids lock, android user profiles, toddler lock, kids care
Add new feature to prevent kids from turning off device to exit KidsCare. Now if device is turned off while KidsCare is running, KidsCare will resume when device is turned back on (optional feature).
Other minor enhancements and bug fixes.
Some lists where this application appears: Reviewed by Anna Grace.
Bad programme now can't add or remove applications the app can't open panel just crashed my mobile sgs4 i9505 Bad programme now can't add or remove applications the app can't open panel just crashed my mobile sgs4 i9505
Now it will not load profile photo. Otherwise works well.
Only thing missing is the ability to keep kids out of the task bar at the top. It allows them to access WiFi settings, screen brightness, etc.
I have had app for about 30 min & already want to uninstall. It only works with a couple of my kids' apps & completely blocks the other ones. Within the apps it "works" with, it kicks you out of the app if you accidentally tap on an ad rather than just not taking you to the ad. Complete waste of 99 cents!
Best app to help keep child from messing up my phone.
Does good job of keeping the little one in with just her apps. Couple of things though... does not seem to allow booting directly into it... also, exit button is too easy to bring up and does not go away again... surely there should be a short timeout on this? ...lastly, when you put in the pin to exit, it goes back to profile chooser without obvious exit from there. Back key works from there but