The new app aims to make parenting easier with the help of a new technology developed by Google co-founder Larry Page. It helps parents connect with their kids by freezing their devices until they call them. It can also help parents cut down on the time their kids spend on their devices, so that they can spend more quality time together. The app is available for both iOS and Android. It is compatible with both platforms, so it’s easy to use and can help families spend more time together.
Family Link is designed for children under the age of 13. To use it, parents must download the Android app and create a Google account. Then, children sign in to the device with their Gmail account and password. The parent can monitor their child’s usage and accept or reject any app they wish to install. The service is currently in beta testing, so older devices may not be compatible. Users must be United States residents to use the feature. In order to use Family Link, users must also have a Gmail account and a Google+ account. G Suite apps are not eligible.