Tag Archives: Mobile Parenting

MMGuardian™ to Demo on Stage at CTIA 2013

4 May

MMGuardian™ to Demo on Stage at CTIA 2013

By Paul Grossinger

The future of mobile parenting is here.

For anyone is Las Vegas May 20-24, it will be front and center when Pervasive Group Inc. presents MMGuardian on the Exhibit Innovations Stage in CTIA World.

MMGuardian is also a CTIA E-Tech Award Finalist in the Mobile category, so it is exciting to see mobile parental control get the attention it deserves from the wireless world even as it becomes an increasingly pressing issue for parents.

MMGuardian is one of the most comprehensive mobile parental control options available to parents. It offers a rare mix of phone access control (including instant location and phone lock and prescheduling), monitoring (for calls, texts, and applications), safe driving technology, and battery efficiency. Parents try it for free and can buy Premium for only $2.99/month or $24.99/year.

For more information MMGuardian and the upcoming CTIA presentation, email paul.grossinger@mmguardian.com.


MMGuardian Family Locator Gives Parents New Mobile Security Capabilities

9 Feb

Pervasive Group Inc. is proud to announce that MMGuardian Family Locator now has over 1,000 registered users. MMGuardian Family Locator boasts a category-leading 5-star rating on Google Play.

MMGuardian Family Locator for android smartphones enables parents to set remote controls on their child’s device, right from their own phone.

With MMGuardian, parents can:

1) Prevent Texting and Driving

2) Lock, Locate, and Track Their Teen’s Phone

3) Monitor Text Messages

4) Set Time Limits on Phone Use

5) Control Applications

MMGuardian Family Locator is the sister application of MMGuardian Parental Control, which boasts a 4.0 user rating from 35,000 registered users, and MMGuardian Tablet Security, Pervasive Group’s innovative new solution for tablets.

For more information, including exclusive information on our company’s upcoming launches, please email paul.grossinger@mmguardian.com.

Cyberbullying is a National Problem

1 Aug

Cyberbullying is the next national epidemic and this country will need tools like MMGuardian Parental Control to face it head on and provide valuable solutions.

If you don’t believe cyberbullying is a critical problem that needs to be solved NOW, check out some of THESE STATISTICS

  • More than half of America’s teens have been bullied online
  • Worse, over half have engaged in cyber-bullying
  • Only 1 in 10 teens will tell their parents about a cyberbullying attack

So, cyberbullying is not only a national epidemic, it is one teens cannot fix for themselves.  If teens will not take action, parents need to take action for their teens.

Parents need to engage quickly to prevent their children from experiencing cyberbullying on the next digital frontier: mobile phones.

Today, it’s not just the internet anymore; children are bullied repeatedly, 24/7, over their phones.  They can never escape it.  If you are having trouble believing, explore some of THESE STATISTICS:

  • Over 25% of teens have been bullied through their cell phone
  • About 1/5 teens have sent sexually suggestive nude pictures of themselves to others over a phone
  • Over 80% of teens now use a cell phone regularly

So, the problem will only grow with time.  As a parent, your teens need your help; they cannot stop the bullying and are often unable, or unwilling to engage with you directly.  You need other means to find out if your child is a victim and decide how you can help.

MMGuardian Parental Control is that FREE solution. It is a tool that exists solely to help parents protect their children from mobile threats.  

Parents, use MMGuardian Parental Control’s Monitor feature to select certain “bullying words” to watch for in your child’s phone messages.  If they are bullied and those messages appear, MMGuardian Parental Control will notify you immediately and forward you the message so you can take the appropriate actions.  Download it HERE to start protecting your kids today.

Cyberbullying is a growing problem for your teens.  The question is: how will you help them?