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  3. Tuesday, 29 September 2020
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One of the biggest modern stressors many parents have been tackling in the last few months is screen time. From children to adults, the time spent on digital devices has skyrocketed. According to some surveys, 1.5 billion people suffer from myopia, also known as short-sightedness. This number will rise to 5 billion by 2050, and 1 billion will develop high myopia, which can lead to blindness. Studies have shown that excessive smart device use is a key contributing factor.

So it is not possible to completely reduce the use of children's devices, so that limitations can be made on their screens like set and limit the screen time on their phones, block inappropriate apps and websites, remotely screen lock on all apps, and can monitor, track their device behavior as well as location tracking, etc by only through the parental control apps. So then if you want to keep your kid's eyes safe from myopia and excessive device use, you will definitely need a parental control app on your kid's phone
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