i Pads and i Phones: Where would we parents be without them?
They help our kids with everything from reading and writing through to learning about dinosaurs and chemistry; they provide a way for them to chat with their friends; and, let’s face it, they sometimes keep them entertained when we are trying to answer some emails or cook dinner! Sometimes it’s easy to forget that these devices that we let our kids play on are fully-fledged, Internet-connected computers.
They advertise this app as a way to express yourself and share with others your artistic side such as singing or broadcasting what you are currently doing.
You can also search for others who are currently broadcasting live, and with a active subscription view replays of their live broadcasts.
For that matter, how can we make sure that our devices and data are safe from our little ones’ inquisitive tinkering?
To enable restrictions, first open the Settings app and choose General This passcode lets you change the Restrictions settings, so make sure your kid doesn’t know it!
You might want it to be different from your device passcode too.
Ben consistently has multiple apps on the top 100 lists of several categories -- something only a handful of other adult app developers can boast -- but says, "I still work a full time day job and won't be quitting anytime soon." One rare winner is a free app called "On the Go Girls," which claims well over 2 million downloads a month.
They could do even better if Apple's ratings and policies were more lenient, according to "On the Go Girls" developer Frederick Clarke.