How to child-proof your devices
▪ iPhones and iPads: You’ll find parental controls in Settings by tapping General, then Restrictions. There you can limit web browsing and camera usage, set age restrictions on iTunes music and movies, and more. To offer access to only one app, activate Guided Access, found in Settings. When the app is open, click the Home button three times and the user won’t be able to switch apps without a PIN code. You can set a time limit too.
▪ Android devices: Android’s equivalent, Screen Pinning, is found in Settings under Security. On the Google Play Store app, you use Parental Controls to limit various media. You can also create a tailored guest account in Settings, choosing Users, then Add User. Finally, you can plug any gaps with third- party apps like YouTube Kids, for childfriendly video watching, and Kids Place and Kids Zone, which let children run approved apps and nothing else.