We’re finalizing the ScreenGuide app and soon you’ll be able to find it in app stores. Until then, we’d like to extend a special invite to celebrate Mother’s Day and the time we have to spend with our families – taking a break from mobile devices!
We’re looking for parents who want to keep up with what’s happening on their children’s mobile devices. And more: parents who want to remotely manage and monitor these devices to better protect their children in today’s digital age. We’ve listened to many parents and discovered they’re concerned about caring for and being aware of the children’s mobile experience. That’s why we designed the ScreenGuide app!
How ScreenGuide can help me?
Over the past 30 years, theories in psychology have placed additional stresses and pressure on parents to not only be concerned with physical health and safety but now introducing the importance of producing children who are also emotionally and socially healthy. Societal changes continue to foster these concerns in parents, especially with the ever-evolving available technology.
Many of the negative effects that stem from media exposure can be reduced by parental monitoring of children’s media use; however, parents lack a clear understanding of the mechanisms and extent of these protective effects. That’s why a brand-new way of mobile guidance empowerment is needed: parents need to be able to guide children in today’s digital era.
Why should I join the ScreenGuide app community?
By participating in our beta community, you’ll get all premium ScreenGuide features for free! Just a small way of saying thank you for your time and attention.
To join the exclusive ScreenGuide beta community, visit the special landing page and register: http://screen.guide
Like we said earlier, the app isn’t in app stores yet! But don’t worry, we’ll help you download the enterprise beta app with a quick step-by-step tutorial. 😉
Feel free to share your feedback about the app! We’d love to hear from all of you. 🙂
If you like the app and think it will be of interest to your family, friends or coworkers – go ahead and share! After all, sharing is caring!