Forcefield for Parent Device

Forcefield for Parent Device

By Forcefield

  • Category: Utilities
  • Release Date: 2015-11-10
  • Current Version: 1.6.13
  • Adult Rating: 17+
  • File Size: 58.81 MB
  • Developer: Forcefield
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 8.2 or later.
Score: 3
From 105 Ratings


Looking to monitor your kids’ phone without spyware? Forcefield helps you keep kids safe and connected on their devices without resorting to spyware. Forcefield is a collaborative tool that lets parents stay connected to their children’s online activity while respecting kids’ privacy. No text, email or phone monitoring. Forcefield is a parental control app designed to teach kids and teens how to self-regulate their online behavior with easy-to-use tools for both parents and kids. The Forcefield Child app (currently only available for iPhones and iPads) works with the Forcefield Parent app, allowing parents to create screen-time limits and controls to protect children’s sleep, studies and family time. Forcefield also helps prevent access and exposure to mature and inappropriate content. When children browse the Internet with the Forcefield Child app, parents can block access to specific sites, lock in SafeSearch and YouTube Restricted Mode, and give kids access to age-appropriate websites. + App Sleeper Remotely block access to apps on your kids' mobile devices, or sleep them on a schedule. + App Report See all apps on your kids' mobile devices, get alerts when new apps are installed. + Browsing Controls Use blocking to protect your kids from objectionable sites in the Forcefield browser. Lock in SafeSearch and YouTube Restricted Mode to help ensure safe browsing; block access to specific websites. + Photo Report Get copies of photos and videos your kids post and share on social networks. + Activity Report See all websites your kids visit from multiple devices in the Forcefield browser. + Curated library Give your kids access to over 400 curated premium websites and app recommendations, including some of the very best math and science apps as well as top websites for reading, writing and research. Forcefield offers a 30-DAY NO-RISK FREE TRIAL with access to all features. After the risk-free trial, Forcefield is $11.99 per month for one child and two parents. Each additional child is $3 per month. Parents can register unlimited devices per child without additional charges. Payment will be charged to iTunes account after the free trial. - Subscription automatically renews unless auto-renew is turned off at least 24-hours before the end of the current period. Please contact [email protected] if you are experiencing any issues. Terms of Use: Privacy Policy:



  • How this could be abused

    By Hdbdishsjsjbdid
    Hey, I would like to say something. I think it’s good to have a system that manages your kids activity on their iPhone, but there are a few things that this app could be used for malicious intent 1. Crazy Relationships: as you know, a lot of people are in relationships, sometimes one person wouldn’t want another person knowing something that they do on the internet (a frivolous thing, like looking at websites) and it would be very awkward to stay in a relationship with a person that would know what you do on your phone. 2. Hackers. All they would have to do is put your information in. That’s pretty scary. A person that could be your friend could ask you your passwords for “favors” and they would be able to monitor everything you do, and also close apps that you don’t want to be closed. I think that could be a huge problem.
  • This app makes kids unhappy

    By bearbearKAY
    I used this on my son and he just doesn’t use his phone anymore and hates me so yeah I’m deleteing this.

    By An actualhuman being
    If you buy this app you are a bad parent!!! I downloaded this just to warn other parents! This will destroy your relationship with your children! If you are a parent reading this review and are even considering buying this app then you seriously need to dial back your helicopter parenting !
  • Why

    By AlexCothran
  • Just don't...

    By Notaninvasiveparent
    I saw this ad on YouTube and stopped everything I was doing to find the ad and dislike it, them came here to tell you don't be this parent. Don't stalk your kids. Put a little faith in them. If you're going to do this, just don't have kids, or put a leash and a helmet on them...just stop.
  • Great idea. Poor execution

    By jplry
    Downloaded on iphone7 parent ...note4 child. after turning app on and setting up i was still able to access adult content on child phone and access internet
  • Stop being a control freak parent

    By LemmyWanks
    Don't be a filter for everything your child is exposed to or else you will turn them into a man child when they grow up.
  • Terrifying and Inappropriate

    By Horizon Rose
    alright i’m gonna break this down into a couple of things. 1) it’s utterly terrifying to have an app that controls EVERYTHING about your kids’ social media. there is so much documented evidence that helicopter parenting is bad for kids and leads to them getting into unhealthy and abusive relationships when they’re older, because they have no idea how to solve their own problems and no idea how to go to someone to get help when they need it. 2) this stuff doesn’t help in the long run anyway. you know what it does do? it makes kids REALLY REALLY GOOD at hiding things. i had on-off helicopter/emotionally distant parents; they tried to control where i was and what i was doing on the internet, and all i did was find creative ways to get around it. your kids are GOING to do this kind of stuff. instead of keeping them in a cage, you need to cultivate positive relationships with them so that they feel comfortable coming to you with their problems, with online bullying issues, with long-distance relationship issues. because this kind of thing just tells your kids that you don’t trust them, and they can’t trust you, and that will destroy them. 3) this is absolutely going to be co-opted by abusers. can you imagine a domestic abuser having an app that allows them to see EVERYTHING their partner does on their phone????? to shut down apps when they don’t want them to have them open????? a LOT of domestic abuse victims use their phones to get help, or even just to talk to people about it until they’re able and ready to go to the authorities. if your abuser sees that you recently went to a website for abuse survivors, you bet they’re going to double down and make everything worse. you can delete things off your web history, but if it’s being sent directly to your abuser’s phone, they’ll know the second you get the courage to reach out. tl;dr: this is absolutely, 100% terrifying, and the fact that it’s available is even more so. not only is it an immoral and abusive way to parent your kids, but it’s another tool for domestic abusers to harm people, and y’all should feel ashamed for making it.

    Just no.
  • Not worth for what they are charging.

    By Tharu268n420
    Not worth it at all!!! Total waste of your money if you keep it.