Archive | February, 2013

MMGuardian Locate Video

25 Feb


MMGuardian Text Monitoring

25 Feb

MMGuardian Lock

25 Feb

MMGuardian Time Limits

25 Feb

MMGuardian Application Control Video

25 Feb

MMGuardian: Snapchat vs. MMGuardian™: The Solution to a Parent’s Nightmare

25 Feb

Snapchat vs. MMGuardian™: The Solution to a Parent’s Nightmare

By Paul Grossinger

Nothing keeps a parent up at night like the feeling that their children are up to something they will later
regret – and they are powerless to prevent it.

Snapchat is the personification of that fear.

Snapchat, a new text and image sending phenomenon on the iPhone and Android smartphones, enables
users to send something to another use that self-destructs after ten seconds. Unless someone takes a
screenshot (and Snapshot notifies the user if they do), there is no trail and no evidence.

In other words, Snapchat is sexting and, worse, cyber-bullying nirvana.

Most parents’ current tactics for managing their children’s smartphones don’t work against Snapchat.
Reading their text messages? No, because Snapchat is a separate app, not a text message. Checking
their phone every night? No, because the evidence is gone – forever.

So, how can parents prevent Snapchat from potentially damaging their child’s future through mobile
bullying or sexting?

For Android smartphone users, MMGuardian can help.

Application Control

Application Control

MMGuardian has a feature named “App Control” that can neutralize snap chat. When MMGuardian is
installed on their child’s phone, a parent can see the entire list of apps on their child’s smartphone. For
each app, parents have the option to either “Block” the app, preventing their child from using the app
entirely, or “Time Restrict the app if it is not unsafe but is used too often or at the wrong times.

For Snapchat, parents may simply select “Block” and Snapchat will no-longer be usable on their child’s
phone. Plus, parents can also block any other third party messaging apps they find on their child’s
phone, preventing them from switching to a similar, lesser known app. As a bonus, MMGuardian has
uninstallation protection and tamper prevention, which stops kids from disabling its settings, so once a
parent blocks Snapchat, they know it is blocked forever.

So, if Snapchat is giving you nightmares, download MMGuardian for peace of mind today.

MMGuardian Parental Control’s Monitor Feature Keeps Your Kids Texting Safely

21 Feb

MMGuardian Parental Control’s Monitor Feature Keeps Your Kids Texting Safely

By Paul Grossinger

“I want to have sex.”

Hearing your 11-year old child say that, or seeing it in their text messages, is every parent’s worst
nightmare. But, how can parents take action if they do not know what is going on?

Pre-teens’ smartphones are quickly becoming an entirely separate eco-system. Despite owning, and
paying for, their child’s phone, parents often have no access – reduced to lying in bed and wondering:

Is my child safe?

Parents need a solution that alerts them to text messages that they would find concerning, so that they
can take action before their pre-teens get themselves into trouble.

MMGuardian Parental Control’s updated Monitor feature is the answer parents have been looking for –
providing parents select monitoring capability without the “Big Brother” feel their kids will detest.

With MMGuardian Monitor, parents self-select the words that concern them – words or phrases they
would like to be made aware of if they appear in their child’s communication. MMGuardian stores
those words in its database, then sends a text message alert to the parent when the child uses, or is
confronted by, them.

So, the next time your pre-teen child says, “I want to have sex,” you will know.

And be prepared to take action.