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SANTA MONICA, CA, United States, via ETELIGIS INC., 12/05/2014 – – TeenSafe, maker of the leading iPhone, iPad and Android monitoring software for parents, is reminding moms and dads planning on buying their teen a smartphone this holiday season to be prepared and empowered with the proper tools to help them keep a watchful eye on their child in this technologically advanced world.
“Whether it’s your child’s first smartphone or you are upgrading your child’s phone this holiday season, consider giving them the most valuable gift of all, your protection. With 21st Century technology at your child’s fingertips, the world and all the information it has is available to our children,” said Ameeta Jain, TeenSafe co-founder. “We as parents try to do everything within our power to protect our children from the day they are born. Give them a smartphone with a monitoring system in place and start protecting your children in the digital world so you as the parent set the tone before giving your child their first phone.”
TeenSafe gives parents the ability to see their kids’ incoming, outgoing and deleted text messages, web browsing history, contacts, call logs, location and Facebook, Instagram, WhatsApp and Kik activity through a secure, online account. The technology is the only monitoring solution that works without having to jailbreak your child’s phone and is becoming known for truly helping parents become aware of what their kids are doing that they may not be talking about at home. Parents can take responsible action often before issues become crises.
Founded in 2011 and based in Santa Monica, Calif., TeenSafe developed the world’s first iPhone monitoring solution that works without modifying your child’s phone, allowing parents to monitor their children’s text messages, location, web browsing history, contacts and call logs. Over 700,000 parents have signed up for TeenSafe since inception and their web-based software solution provides parents easy and secure access to their children’s social interactions via an online TeenSafe account. TeenSafe has created a parental advice blog called Teenology.com which gives tips, guidelines and personal testimonials in order to support and help parents of teens in today’s technology-filled world. For more information about TeenSafe, please visit www.teensafe.com. Like TeenSafe on Facebook.com/teensafe and follow them on twitter.com/TeenSafeCom.
TeenSafe, Inc. / Natasha Nelson / DRIVEN Public Relations
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