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Google Home Link: A Google App That Every Parent Needs

siliconreview Google Home Link: A Google App That Every Parent Needs

It doesn’t matter how old you are, if you have a smartphone or PC you can’t avoid Google. Google is everywhere.

If you are a parent and planning to get your kid a smartphone, but worried about how he/she is going to use it, then you definitely need Google Family Link. It is an amazing device created by Google to help parents keep an eye on what their kid (under the age of 13) is doing on the phone. From app installation to amount of time spent using any given app or the device overall, Family Link gives all the details.

Setting up Family Link on a kid’s phoneis really easy — create a Family Link account and once you’re done with that, the Family Link app will get automatically downloaded on the phone. Next, set up the Family Link app on your phone and sign-in. Now, you can track what your kid is doing on the device —whether uploading photos, browsing Chrome, playing games, talking to Google Assistant or listening to music.

That is not all, if you are busy with some work and not able to check what your kid is doing, Google Assistance Voice can help you in that — just use voice commands to remotely lock the device. Also, you can also set usage limits.

When it comes to keeping the customer base happy, Google never fails. With Google Family Link, parents across the globe will definitely be aware of what their kids are up to.

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