By monitoring the download, installation, and usage of the games and apps, parents know clearly what children often do, and how much time they spend on each app. This feature also teaches parents how to control the app usage so as to protect children from addiction to playing cell phone games.
Many parents think that this is the biggest question for them because today’s teenagers love to play games so much. Some children are even addicted to playing games day and night.
Violent video games increase aggressive thoughts, angry feelings, and impulsive behaviors. The research shows that teenagers who get used to playing violent video games become psychologically numb to their lives.
Social apps like Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram offer children easy channels to make friends with strangers who are likely to pretend to be good guys. Innocent children may send their privacy photos and personal information to strangers. Furthermore, what will happen if they finally decide to meet with the online friends in real life? Unfortunately, what if the online friends are just sexual predators, or robbers who are hunting for the prey on the social apps?