FunControl motivates children to educate themselves

Does your child play too much?
Mobile devices have become a part of our children's lives. But it can be difficult for children to control their desires. As a result, they spend too much time on useless games and applications!

But what if we could use this situation for the benefit of the child?
Competitor solutions
Existing applications only restrict, cover, block access, or are engaged in surveillance and at the same time they do not take into account the interests and desires of the child and do not contribute to his/her development.
Restrictions
GPS tracking
Monitoring messages
We choose a different approach!
Our mobile application FunControl motivates children to use mobile devices for self-learning.
How does it work?
Step 1.
Choose the category for applications installed on your device.
There are only four of them: Educational, Entertainment, Blocked and Neutral.
Step 2.
Set the balance between Educational and Entertainment applications.
Balance between entertainment and education
Step 3.
Now using any Educational application your child will earn time, which he can then spend on his favorite Entertainment.
Relation between mobile application usage
Step 4.
When the accumulated time is used up, all games will temporarily be blocked. As soon as the child earns back time from Educational applications, he will regain access to the games.
Block or restrict access to mobile apps
• Application usage statistics
• Ability to manually edit the time
• Customize the style of the child's profile
• Carefully selected list of educational apps
Better then parental control.
Extra features:

FREE TRIAL VERSION

during beta testing

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