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How Kidgy parental control app keeps your kids safe from online dangers

What would you say after learning that your child spends on average 9 hours per day on their smartphones?   When asking parents what kind of dangers can their kids encounter online, most answer adult content and in-app purchases. Unfortunately, the internet hosts much more than that. Online dangers threaten a child’s safety As a parent, you would definitely close the door on an abuser and report the police about the danger.
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