DIGITAL SAFETY RESOURCES
INFOGRAPHICS

Useful and easy to consume visualizations of important information about issues and challenges in your kids digital world.

DIGITAL SAFETY RESOURCES
EBOOKS

Digital books authored by uKnowKids experts specifically written to help parents improve their digital literacy.

DIGITAL SAFETY RESOURCES
TIP SHEETS

Handy electronic tip sheets created by the uKnowKids team containing the latest information, tips, and advice for parents and kids.

DIGITAL SAFETY RESOURCES
FACTS & STATS

A collection of the top 10 statistics and interesting facts compiled by the uKnowKids team about culture, trends, and topics impacting digital families.

DIGITAL SAFETY RESOURCES
DIGITAL PARENTING BLOG

The uKnowKids Digital Parenting Blog is a valuable resource filled with timely articles that include topics such as digital parenting , social trends, mobile phone apps, cyberbullying, sexting, privacy, internet safety, and many more.

uKnowKids Features


uKnowKids gathers and analyzes social and mobile data from 21 different data sources in order to help make your life as a digital parent easier and simpler.

Apple Mobile Devices.
(iPhones, iPads, and iPods using iOS 6, 7, 8, 9 and 10)

uKnowKids enables parents to monitor...

  • iMessages, SMS text messages, and MMS text messages sent, received and deleted;
  • phone calls made, received and missed;
  • iOS contacts;
  • installed mobile applications;
  • device location;
  • photos / videos shared via iMessage; and
  • mobile web browsing and search histories.

You will need your child’s Apple iCloud login credentials.


Android Mobile Devices. 

uKnowKids enables parents to monitor...

  • SMS text messages and MMS text messages sent, received (and sometimes deleted);
  • phone calls made, received and missed;
  • contacts;
  • installed mobile applications;
  • photos / videos; and
  • device location. 

You will need to install the uKnowMobile mobile app from the Google Play Store on your child's Android mobile phone .


Facebook. 

uKnowKids enables parents to monitor...

  • status updates, status messages and status checkins;
  • photo, video, event and link posts;
  • likes and comments made and received;
  • photos posted or tagged in;
  • location updates; and
  • friends. 

You will need your child’s Facebook login credentials.

 

Instagram. 

uKnowKids enables parents to monitor...

  • posts including images;
  • comments made and received;
  • likes made and received; and
  • followers. 

You will need your child’s Instagram login credentials.


Twitter. 

uKnowKids enables parents to monitor...

  • tweets including images;
  • replies;
  • direct messages;
  • friends and followers. 

You will need your child’s Twitter login credentials.


Social Network Scan and Analysis. 

  • uKnowKids performs deep web searches on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Bebo, Foursquare, Habbo, Gaia, XBOX Live, Formspring, LinkedIn, Tumblr, LastFM, Flickr and YouTube to identify potential “hidden” or “secret” social profiles that may exist for your child that you may not have known existed. 

You simply need to provide uKnowKids with profile attributes regarding your child, and we will leverage these profile characteristics to scan and analyze 1+ billion social networking profiles to find potential matches.

Extras. 

  • Automatic text lingo and slang translations and dictionary
  • Real-time Notification emails of potentially risky contacts and digital activities including sex, drugs, alcohol, sexual solicitations, profanity and violence
  • Daily and Weekly Activity Report emails
  • Family locator map including location histories, checkins, and geofences
  • Weekly Internet & Digital Safety Workshops, a 7 Day Digital Parenting Bootcamp, and thousands of digital parenting articles, ebooks, tip sheets, infographics and resources
  • uKnowKids iOS mobile app for parents (available in late-2016)
  • Family locator mobile app for the entire family including location histories, checkins, and geofences (available in late-2016)
  • Support for major social chat applications including Snapchat, Facebook Messenger, WhatsApp, and Kik (available in late-2016)