Sunday, November 1, 2015

Internet Safety with Torch

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This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Torch.

I spend the bulk of my day online. Either on my phone, tablet or my laptop. I have a 12 year old and a three year old. Like most kids their age, they like electronic. The 12 year old has a tablet, cell phone and computer and the 3 year old has a tablet and plays games on my old cell phone. This is a lot of electronics to monitor. As they are getting older and older they learn more. It’s so hard to monitor everything they do even when I try my best to keep up. I recently learned about Torch, and how it can help me in this ongoing fight.

It may seem complicated at first thought but Torch is really simple when it comes right down to it. Torch is a router that you can program to tell you exactly what each user is doing. Since you can program for multiple users you can turn one off and let the other still be on. So if it’s late or the kids have been online all day, you can simple pause their usage and you are still ok to be online.

Some devices allow you to use an incognito browser, but torch doesn’t allow that. So there is no getting around this feature. Another feature I love about this router is that if you do find something that you don’t agree with then you can simply deny access to that or those sites.

All of the features and control can be monitored from an app on your phone. You don’t need to go in on each device. I absolutely love this feature as like I said before, I spend most of my time on some type of device. I like to see what my kids are up to without having to go onto theirs or on a different computer.

If you try hard enough there are always ways around things. Torch not only doesn’t want that to happen, but they also want kids to understand why. They want to be able to teach kids internet safety and why we put rules on things like what websites to visit and such.
It only takes a few minutes to set up and if you run into any problems, Torch is there to help you with everything.

If you have young ones at home and want to monitor their usage, I encourage you to sign up to get more information get this router from Torch.

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