Alternative products to Green Timer

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Green Timer

Record screen time for kids.

Do you know how your child spend time for the media such as smart devices, TV, games, animations, etc? The recommended screen time is less than 1 or 2 hours for children aged 3 to 8. ( by American Academy of Pediatrics and Canadian Pediatric Association )

'Green Timer' is to record screen time for your child. We focused on the most basic functions. It records time and gives statistics. Whatever the media you child uses, you can easily record screen time of your kids.

Tap the 'Start' button when your child starts using the media, and tap the 'Stop' button when the child stops using the media. 'Green Timer' automatically records the time between these.

You can easily check whether the time limit is over or not with a green circle. The green status is less than the time limit, and the red status has exceeded the time limit. And you can easily check the usage time between 7 days, 1 month, 1 year through statistics.

It is also a very useful tool for children. Children aged 5 to 8 can start and end our app themselves. You may want to let them use it directly. It will help your child develop proper media usage habits.

[ Usage ]

1. Tap the 'Start Recording' button when your child starts using the Media.

2. You can set a time alert.

3. Tap the 'Stop' button when your child stops using the Media.

( The screen time will be accumulated until 'Stop' button is pressed. )

Messenger Kids

A Facebook video and messaging app for kids

Messenger Kids is a free video chat & messaging app built for kids. Connect with parent-approved family & friends from a tablet or smartphone today.

TechCrunch
For the first time, Facebook is opening up to children under age 13 with a privacy-focused app designed to neutralize child predator threats that plague youth-focused competitors like Snapchat.
Time
Facebook is launching a new app called Messenger Kids, which lets children send messages and video chat with parent-approved contacts.
The Verge
Facebook today announced a new version of its Messenger chat app designed for children ages six to 12. Called Messenger Kids, the new app does not require a Facebook account - due to federal law, users under the age of 13 cannot legally sign up for Facebook.
Recode
Facebook Messenger is coming to an elementary school near you. Facebook is releasing a new version of Messenger, its standalone messaging app, specifically for users under the age of 13 - those who are too young to use Facebook due to the site's age restrictions.
Washington Post
Facebook now has a messaging app for kids - its first product aimed at young children. The move gives Facebook a way to court younger users, with their parents' permission. It also puts the social network at the heart of the ongoing debate about how and when children should start using digital products.
The Next Web
Facebook has launched a new version of Facebook Messenger, aimed at children under the age of 13. The app, called Facebook Messenger Kids, works much like a trimmed-down version of the mainstream version of the app. The biggest difference is that it's designed with parental controls in mind.
17 Alternatives to Messenger Kids

Interland by Google

A game to help kids be safe, confident explorers online

Interland is a web-based game from Google that helps teach kids fundamental digital safety and citizenship skills. The game is just one piece of the Be Internet Awesome program, which aims to help kids be safe, confident explorers of the online world.

Lbbonline
North Kingdom creates immersive and educational game world as part of Google's internet safety programme Google has joined forces with digital experience design company, North Kingdom, to create the free, interactive, browser-based game, Interland. The game is the focal point of a programme called Be Internet Awesome which aims to teach children how to be sa… See more
North Kingdom
North Kingdom
The Verge
Google is launching an educational program designed to teach kids about phishing, internet harassment, passwords, and other internet safety issues. Called " Be Internet Awesome," it includes a classroom curriculum and a video game called Interland. It was developed with help from teachers, YouTube videographers, and internet safety and literacy organizations… See more
When In Manila
Google introduces Be Internet Awesome, an initiative that teaches kids the fundamentals of digital citizenship and safety so they can explore the online world with confidence. It comes with materials for parents and educators, as well as an online adventure called Interland which teaches kids key lessons of digital safety through four challenging games in...
PCMAG
The Web giant introduces Be Internet Awesome, a new initiative to teach kids 'the fundamentals of digital citizenship and safety.' PCMag reviews products independently, but we may earn affiliate commissions from buying links on this page. Terms of use.
7 Alternatives to Interland by Google

Kidy

Intelligent, safe search for kids

It’s not easy for a kid to find out what they looking at from the weird world of spams, advertisements, business sites, stocks etc. Kidly opt out all non-interesting web pages for your kids.

Not controlling, but educating! Apart from simply blocking adult keywords, Kidy blocks adult content and suggest webpages which give proper education.

9 Alternatives to Kidy
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