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uKnow's flagship product is uKnowKids; the world's leading parental intelligence service. uKnowKids makes digital parenting easier and keeps kids safer online and on the mobile phone. uKnowFamily is a mobile family locator service designed to connect and protect digital families as well as their privacy. uKnowID is the world’s first digital identity management and protection service designed for the entire digital family.
uKnowKids was created in 2009 after a founder's family child was targeted and victimized by an Internet predator.
The creation of uKnowKids is a dramatic story of family tragedy, but is also an inspirational story of entrepreneurship and passion to help parents and families across the world in our new digital world.
The following two videos describe the uKnowKids story and introduce you to our passionate team of parents and entrepreneurs. We hope you enjoy learning more about uKnow and uKnowKids.
The World's Leading Parental Control & Parental Intelligence Service
Protect your kids online and on their iPhones, iPads, iPods & Android phones
uKnowKids will help you...
Track your child's text messages (and iMessages), phone calls, mobile applications, photos, videos, and web browsing history *
Know who is connecting with your child online and on the mobile phone including Apple iPhones, iPads, iPods & Android phones
Track your child's social activities on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram
Discover your child's hidden or "secret" public social networking accounts
Know where your child is currently located with scheduled checkins and geofences
“Features such as monitoring apps, messages, and calls just aren't feasible on iOS—or so we thought. . . . [T]hrough its clever use of iCloud, [uKnowKids] offers monitoring functionality we didn't think was possible in an iPhone app. That makes it our Editors' Choice for iPhone parental control apps.”
-- PC Magazine, March 24, 2016
* there is no need to jailbreak your child's phone