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T-Mobile announces FamilyMode, a paid service for keeping tabs on kids

Monday, June 25th, 2018

Many mobile carriers — like Verizon and Project Fi — offer ways of monitoring kids' mobile activity. Today, the "Un-Carrier" announced its take on the concept, which it's calling FamilyMode. T-Mobile's approach is novel, though, in that it includes an optional piece of hardware that extends the service's functionality to your home Wi-Fi network.

In addition to a $10 monthly fee, FamilyMode's hardware component, the Home Base, costs $20 up-front ("for a limited time;" it'll eventually cost $100).

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T-Mobile announces FamilyMode, a paid service for keeping tabs on kids was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

Google’s Trusted Contacts app updated to include custom timeouts and Google Maps integration [APK Download]

Tuesday, July 25th, 2017

In the age of the smartphone, we've become accustomed to knowing where our loved ones are at all times. This can be seen as positive and negative, depending on how you look at it. One negative could be that a loss of contact for any period of time can lead to paranoid. Of course, there's an app (or several) for that. Trusted Contacts was launched late last year, and it allows you to share locations with chosen contacts, as well as request their whereabouts.

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Google's Trusted Contacts app updated to include custom timeouts and Google Maps integration [APK Download] was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

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