I have two teenagers, a boy and a girl, and their safety is my number one concern and priority. We all know how teens are these days. They all seem to have smartphones with access to the Internet, social media sites, email, the web browser, text messaging and more. With that “freedom” comes risks and dangerous situations that can arise. After looking at some TeenSafe Reviews, I have decided that using TeenSafe is the right route for my two teens and myself. TeenSafe allows me to monitor all activity that happens on their phones. I can see who they are texting and what the text messages say, what they are browsing on the web and when they are browsing, whom they are calling and who is calling them, etc. I know this may seem like an invasion of their privacy, but the fact of the matter is they are teenagers and I have a right to protect them and make sure they are being safe with the freedom I have allowed them to have.
Signing up for TeenSafe is easy and quick. Once I have created my account, I added both of my teens and their information. Before I am ready to monitor their activity, I need to make sure I have their social media login information as well as their iCloud information (Apple ID and password). Having this information allows me to monitor their activity from my TeenSafe dashboard without them even knowing. They will never have to download some weird app onto their phones or receive a pop-up whenever I am checking on them.
If you are interested in trying out TeenSafe, please note there is a free trial but after the trial it is roughly $15 a month. In my opinion, that price is worth it if I can keep tabs on my children to ensure their safety!
You are required to enter your credit card information when starting the free trial. You will automatically be billed the monthly charge for the service (currently $14.95/month) unless you cancel at least 24 hours before the end of the free trial period. If you like the service you can add additional devices to monitor included in the monthly rate. This is excellent for those who have teens with tablets as well.
What do you think of TeenSafe?