Google Family Link is parental controls for Android by Google
Parents will have an app to control their child’s phone access & activity
Google is making a huge stride toward giving families a chance to oversee Google records and telephones of youngsters in the house, moving high past Google Play Family Library. Family Link is Google’s new framework for guardians to make Google represents minors (under 13 years of age, authoritatively) who in fact can’t have their records, and when connected to an Android telephone the guardians get a full range of excellent apparatuses to deal with their utilisation.
With an Android phone running Nougat — which is not a given right now — and a Family Link account, guardians will have the capacity to favour or deny application introduces, perceive how the tyke is utilising their telephone and even unequivocally restrain their screen, and general gadget utilises time. Guardians can set every day screen-on time confines for their kid, and even drive the telephone to be remotely bolted at a particular time — for instance, crippling the phone overnight from 9 p.m. to 7 a.m. consistently. What Family Link doesn’t do, now, is give kid-accommodating adaptations of Google applications, or the capacity to bolt particular applications (like Hangouts or Chrome).
Quester is an alternate for Google Family Link
Quester is free parental control app and monitoring app to protect your children from all smartphone activity, using Quester you can keep an eye on activities like call log with recording, SMS, contacts, location, photos, application and much more