Follow these few simple steps to keep your kid safe on a smartphone

Follow these few simple steps to keep your kid safe on a smartphone
For those of you who have taken on the challenging task of raising your kids, smartphones are not merely a tech toy - they are also a challenge.
Why? Simple, because with so many apps and the openness of the Internet, junior can go just about anywhere, buy anything, and send the wrong picture to the wrong person.

The dangers that stem from this can vary from a few dollars (or a thousand dollars!) after kiddo played Candy Crush and spend real dollar on in-app purchases, but there can also be more serious problems if they encounter the wrong person/people on the web. Dangerous people and bullies are still - unfortunately - way too common on the big wide world of the web.

So what do you do? This neat infographic compiled by NeoMam Studios shows a few simple steps that you can follow to ensure that your child stays safe on their smartphone. Take a look below.

source: Pumpic



1. Kruze

Posts: 1285; Member since: Dec 30, 2014

Kids don't need a smartphone, just go get a classic keypad phone for them as their first phone and you can even test and see how they take care of their phone. If they get addicted to smartphones, then they will only know Candy Crush-always-poppin-that-shitty-soda-colorful-cand​y-shit when they become adults. #SmartphoneDumbpeople

2. ibend

Posts: 6747; Member since: Sep 30, 2014

and thats why facebook set minimum age to 12.. and before that you much teach your kid about real life social interaction, and about responsibility..

3. SOTechy

Posts: 8; Member since: Feb 02, 2015

wow looks like i broke all the rules i got a youtube account when i was 7 and twitter when i was 9 and facebook when i was 10 and i got my first smartphone when i was 6 (some lg phone) and i had a flip phone when i was 4 and i had no restrictions

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