Parental Control App - Kidslox

Parental Control App - Kidslox

By Kidslox Trading Ltd

  • Category: Lifestyle
  • Release Date: 2014-09-23
  • Current Version: 7.6.0
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 121.05 MB
  • Developer: Kidslox Trading Ltd
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 12.0 or later.
Score: 4.37546
From 28,810 Ratings


Kidslox parental control app is the perfect way to manage your family’s screen time. Our parental controls let you block apps, block internet access, and filter web content with ease. Kidslox gives you control over your family’s device usage. Filter web content, block apps or websites, set weekly schedules with screen time limits, and see what your kids do with their devices, all from one place. Kidslox new Screen Time Rewards feature encourages your kids to do their homework and household chores! As the first multi-platform parental controls, Kidslox gives you remote control over iPhones from other devices or vice-versa. One account is all you need to manage your family’s screen time. Add up to 10 iPhones, iPads, iPods and other mobile devices and control your devices using the Kidslox app or any desktop or mobile web browser. The Kidslox location tracker helps you keep your family safe offline as well as online. Prioritize your family time now by taking a moment to place daily limits on your child’s screen time. Parental control has never been so easy. Kidslox features: Screen Time Controls • Set daily screen time limits • Give screen time rewards for completed chores • Use Schedules for device free homework time, dinnertime, bedtime and family time Family Location Tracker • See the location of your kids’ devices on the map • Get notifications when your kids leave or arrive at preset zones Parental Controls • See what your child's been doing on their device • Switch between different restriction levels at the touch of a button • Stop your clever kids from changing the restrictions with a unique Kidslox PIN Content Blocker • Disable disruptive apps individually • Filter pornography, gambling, violence and other adult content to give your child a safe browser experience • Block internet access completely for added safety • Block in-app purchases • Block Instagram, Facebook, Snapchat and other social networks • Block games like Minecraft, Clash of Clans and Pokémon Go Cross-Platform Coverage • Keep your child or teen safe across devices • Add up to 10 devices • Manage all devices from one app or web browser EXPERTS LOVE KIDSLOX Recommended by ITV This Morning Parenting Expert Sue Atkins, Sarah Ockwell-Smith, Mother of four, Parenting Expert and bestselling author of six parenting books and Amber Mac, Canadian TV personality and technology commentator. To use Kidslox you will need to download the app onto each device you wish to control. One paid account allows you to control up to 10 devices. Kidslox contains no advertisements. Kidslox parental control app offers a 3-day free trial of all Premium features. When the trial is over, access to features requires a subscription, with discounts for longer commitments. Subscription and payment are made via your iTunes account at confirmation of purchase and subscription automatically renews unless auto-renew is turned off at least 24-hours before the end of the current period. Otherwise, the account will be charged for renewal within 24-hours prior to the end of the current period. Cancellation of the current subscription is not allowed during the active subscription period. 'Lifetime subscription' does not auto-renew but gives ongoing access to Premium features for a one-off payment. Help and Support: Once you have downloaded Kidslox you will find all the help and online support you need from inside the app under our Help section. Find copies of our terms and conditions using the link below: and privacy policy here: Kidslox requires an internet connection to operate If a device has already been set up with an education or business MDM profile (Mobile Device Management) then you will not be able to add Kidslox unless you remove the original profile.




    By Champagnelver
    I downloaded this app for my son. And when it was time we thought he was more responsible we deleted it, But when we deleted it, it kept the app on my sons iPad, and it still had the limit and it never let him delete. So NEVER EVER DOWNLOAD IT
  • This is really scary.

    By Natalia_n@t@li3
    So basically I downloaded this app and it got boring I tried to delete it and I can’t but some how it managed to put on lock mode by itself.
  • problems !

    By atlas !
    even after deleting the app, it seems as if it comes back, the apps still locked and this app coming back up. my child has shortcuts, editing their home screen and such, although, when the device is locked, the original covers of the app comes back, along with everything that is edited on the screen. i deleted the app, and it continuously comes back. please fix this.
  • Very bad app

    By gacha life yummy
    My child has not been on her iPad today and it suddenly said 30 mins remaining then after 2 mins it said 10 mins remaining then the same thing happened it it was 2 mins now its locked I don’t like this app it’s just not for me
  • I hate this

    By hu KB chbcfbb
    Thank u for giving me only 2 hrs 😒 honestly hate this all btw can still call and text on messages so not a total loss
  • Absolutely terrible

    By ......hioohioohioohioohioo
    Haha. You thought this would be a parent? No I’m the kid. I have absolutely NO privacy. I’m freaking 13. My mom can see: every app I open, every message I send, my in app messages, anything I view, and more. If I want more time, I have to text my mom because the “ask for time” button, does NOT work. If I need her to unlock all my apps, I have to text her, and with texting, there’s no guarantee she’ll see it. I hate this app and I hope it gets removed from the App Store.
  • I hope this gets taken down

    By lonely Doberman
  • Not user friendly

    By ElleABelI
    Can set individual app limits and Couldn’t block apple apps at all not user friendly.
  • Child easily uninstalled app first day

    By JISRAEL78
    Child able to uninstall app first day because you use the phones password to remove device management in settings.
  • Monitoring  ‍

    By Gentile Ablitt
    It's great for staying aware of what your kids are up to. I can be at work but know what my child is doing right now at home.​​ ‌‍