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Google application displays Family Link remote control with children
The company introduced Google today a new application designed to help parents get more control with respect to smart children devices from phones and computers Tablets, the application named allows Family Link for parents to stop using those devices remotely when you need to push children to do something more productive.
The new application is aimed at children who have their own computers working by portable devices running Android system, so that the application is installed Family Link Parents devices to be able to create a new Google for their children through account, and then log on to the child device using the new account data.
And limited access to the application of Family Link currently on invitations only, and is available for parents who have children under the age of 13 years, but US users only, and should be child ‘s device works by issuing Android 7 “Noga”, while the devices can parents work older versions up to version Android 4.4 KitKat.
And parents can prevent the use of certain applications through the application, as parents can prevent children from downloading specific applications, as well as the possibility to know what are the applications that Askhaddmha child in most cases, with the availability of monthly or weekly reports feature.
The new application for parents and provides the ability to set “bedtime” feature, a feature that works to lock the device on selected hours over consecutive days, so you can, for example, determine the time 19:00 to lock the device during all days of the week with the possibility of opening at 9 pm during the days holidays.
It can also for the parents set the number of the total work of the device that can be used on a particular day hours, the application seems somewhat similar to the feature Restricted Profiles revealed by Google Inc., with the 4.3 version of the Android system in 2013, but that feature was more directed to control and restrict the device and were limited to tablet PCs.
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