Worried About Kids Being Exposed to Suspicious Photos
Minimize The Exposure and Harm of Pornography
Monitor Kid's Album
Monitor kids' albums in all directions to see if there are any pornographic pictures.
- Track suspicious images in kids' albums.
- Set the detection level of pornographic images
- View suspicious picture records.
When suspicious pictures are detected on kids' devices, timely warnings will be sent to parents.
- Received suspicious picture warning reminder.
- Know which kids' device detected the suspicious picture
Deal With The Photos
Parents can check the alert or manage images detected from kids' Android devices, helping them quickly block porn on phone.
- View and directly delete suspicious pictures on your kids' Android device.
- After deletion, the suspicious images will no longer be displayed on kids' devices.
- Contact the kids in time and help them solve the problem.
FamiSafe has won awards from The National Parenting Center, National Parenting Product Awards, and Mom's Choice Awards in 2020.
Get Started with FamiSafe in 3 Steps
Register a FamiSafe account on wedsites or via app.
Download FamiSafe on both your phone and your kids' Android, iOS, Fire OS, Windows or Mac devices.
Complete setup on both devices.
View & set restrictions on kids' devices on your app.
Download FamiSafe on your kids' devices to get started.
More Features About FamiSafe
Manage up to 30 devices and-cross platform
More Tips to Protect Kids from Porn
Don't avoid sex education
Don't feel shy or think your kids are too young. It is safer to teach them the right knowledge than to let them explore it by themselves.
Patience and communication
When you find that your kids are curious about sex and begin to explore, take it as a good start for kids' sex education.
Cultivate safety awareness
Inform kids of the dangers of sending photos to strangers, and also tell them not to send private photos to strangers.
Watch out for sexual harassment
When someone sends a pornographic message to your kids, help them handle it to prevent them from being harmed.
Gain the kids' trust
Tell your kids that you can help them answer various questions about adolescence, after all, parents used to be kids.
Watch videos or books
If you feel that you cannot explain this clearly to your kids', reliable sex education videos and books will be able to help you very well.