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SafeToNet Ensures Your Child’s Digital Wellbeing

SafeToNet app

Jean M. Twenge has rightly said that the complete dominance of smartphones among teens has had ripple effects across every area of their lives, from their social interactions to their mental health. Those between the age of 16 and 24 are the most intense users of social media nowadays. While the internet, social media, and technology, in general, have contributed a lot to this demographic, there is also enough evidence linking their usage to an increase in mental health problems, including anxiety, depression, and suicidality.

All of this emanates from online (mis)behaviors such as bullying, sextortion, abuse, and aggression. But do not worry, you can now protect your kids from being exposed to these harmful elements by using a simple app called SafeToNet. Yes, you read it right. Challenges propping up as a result of technological advancement often have their solutions in the latter only. Using the latest Artificial Intelligence Technology, SafeToNet protects your child by monitoring their keyboard activity while they are online and searching for content or texting their friends. Download the app from Play Store for free to start safeguarding your child’s digital life.  

To get started, you have to set up the parent’s account by selecting the Parent’s Device option when you open the app. Hereafter, you can proceed to set up the child’s account for their devices. The user interface is quite simple and fairly easy to use. 

Let’s take a closer look at its features:

SafeToNet is a highly effective app that safeguards your kids from digital malice. It is neither too heavy on your pocket, unlike other high-end software. It offers a 1-month free trial period for either an auto-renewing monthly subscription of $9.99/month or an auto-renewing yearly subscription of $99.99/year. But the downside is that you cannot get a free trial without subscribing first. Although you may cancel it any time before the month ends, some may not be comfortable with paying upfront. The AI also takes some time to learn your child’s behavior and may not work optimally in the beginning. 

However, it is crucial these days to keep an eye on your child’s online life without being too nosy. There is also a gender imbalance here. Heavy social media usage increases depression risk by 27%, with girls being disproportionately affected– boys’ depression increased by 21% between 2012 and 2015, and girls’ increased by 50%, according to Twenge. As parents, it becomes our responsibility to make sure that the online environment is safe for youngsters, especially girls. SafeToNet helps in ensuring that. 

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