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This application allows you to monitor your child's mobile usage actions when you are not physically present around, so as to prevent him/her from any bullying/threats or inappropriate online activities. This application monitors call history, call…

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  • SquareHub

    Rating: 3.00/5 (2 votes)

    SquareHub is a private social network designed exclusively for families.  SquareHub allows families to send messages, share photos, coordinate schedules and give location information easily through their mobile devices.  In an era where family interaction…

  • Hatchedit

    Rating: 2.75/5 (8 votes)

    HATCHEDit is a free app that includes a shareable calendar & address book HATCHEDit.com is a mobile whiteboard for managing your personal life. We bring online, social collaboration tools into the home. Our app is a free,…

  • Daddy511

    Rating: 2.95/5 (44 votes)

    Daddy511 is aimed to help assist timing contractions and also provides guidance on the proper time to go to the hospital when expecting a child. Daddy511 makes it extremely easy to time contractions and also provides useful information about the pregnancy.…


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