Kids App Qustodio is the companion app to Qustodio Parental Control App, our app for the parent’s device. Please only download this app to a device being used by a child or teen.

We recommend you start by downloading the Qustodio Parental Control App onto your device (usually your mobile phone or laptop). Then download this Kids App Qustodio onto your child’s device or devices. Together, the two apps allow you to seamlessly manage your child’s daily screen time allowance on linked mobile, tablet, or desktop devices across platforms including iOS, macOS and other major operating systems.

Kids App Qustodio
• Free
• Need to install onto any device you want to be able to monitor
• Companion app to Qustodio Parental Control App

Qustodio Free (1 supervised device)

• Set and manage daily screen time limits
• Website, search and app monitoring
• Website or category blocking (block games, porn, gambling, and lockout unwanted content)
• Safe search
• Unsupported browser blocking
• Advanced reporting (7-day history)
• Alerts

To enjoy app blocking, geolocation, even more monitoring insights, as well as screen time allowances, upgrade to Qustodio Premium.

Qustodio Premium (5, 10 or 15 supervised devices)

Enjoy everything you get in Qustodio Free, plus:

• New YouTube Monitoring
• New Family Locator geolocation kid tracker (can also ‘find my device’)
• App blocker (block by app or category)
• 30-day reporting history
• Advanced Facebook Monitoring
• Priority support
• Priority access to new Qustodio parental control features
• Link more devices for full family mode

Want to control more than screen time? Upgrade to 1-Year Premium plans from inside the app on your device by using Apple’s In-App Purchase.

Qustodio Premium is available with an annual subscription. Your payment will be charged to your iTunes account upon purchase confirmation and any unused portion of your free trial period will be ended. Your subscription will renew automatically and at the same cost unless auto-renew is turned off at least 24-hours before the end of the current period. To avoid being billed for an additional period, subscriptions must be canceled at least 24 hours before the end of the current period. You can manage your subscription and set auto-renewal to off by going to “Settings” on your iPhone or iPad.

If you have any questions or need help, contact us at

We take privacy and the protection of your family and children’s data extremely seriously. We do not and will not sell data to third-parties. Your child’s screen time activity is for your eyes only.

Our Terms of Use are available here:

Important notes for users:
- The Kids App Qustodio for iOS install process will ask you to install a special MDM profile and accept special permissions in order to control the internet traffic on the device. This profile can be removed or disabled by you whenever you want. Instructions for installing, uninstalling, and configuring are on our help page.
- When connecting to the internet a VPN symbol will appear on the top of the screen. The VPN connection can be disabled temporarily when needed in the Family Portal or by logging into the Kids App Qustodio on your kids' device.
- Continued use of GPS running in the background for the Family Locator feature can dramatically decrease battery life.

What’s New

Version 181.9.1

Hi Parents!
Qustodio has a new look! We’ve given the Kids App a refresh to make your experience with us even better. Take a look at the main changes:
We’ve replaced the old app icon with the new purple Kids App logo
We’ve updated colors and illustrations
We’ve tidied up the texts on the blocker screens and locked devices screens to improve consistency and clarity
The Qustodio Team

Ratings and Reviews

3.4 out of 5
6.5K Ratings

6.5K Ratings

Kaempen ,

Works but does cause issues

We've been using Qustodio Premium for 2 years and have also experienced trouble with VPN slowing down game rate and making some things unusable, but over time we've figured out work arounds. Basically no one can offer 100% filtering and fast VPN for all apps and all devices -- simply just doesn't exist -- but this is pretty close and does what it's designed to do. There is no way i could monitor screen time for my teen every day, by myself, and this tool gives me the option to extend or reduce overall screen time plus individua time on each app, which has been useful now that school is 100% online. Developers should keep working on this tho ... it's very close but still troublesome. A couple of the sites my kid's school uses for new distance learning were blocked for porn. I got the notice and "allowed" them so no problem now, but there is some troubleshooting required to get this to work 100%. Also, my kid uses to be able to see how much time he had left, but for some reason that stopped.

joycojobe ,

Zero stars

I wish I could give this app zero stars. Just one click on my son’s Kindle Fire on an inappropriate ad, and he had access to hundreds of porn sites. Qustodio blocked four of these sites and sent me an email. After seeing the email, I quickly checked his Kindle (that was supposedly locked down tightly with Qustodio) and found a long list of horrendous pornography sites that he had accessed. Why did it only block four, but allow all of the others? I contacted Qustodio for a refund, as I was appalled and sickened that this happened to my young son and the app had failed to do its job (that I had paid $99 for). Conveniently for them, they don’t have a customer service phone number. I filled out a form online, explaining what had happened and asking for a refund. Two weeks go by and no response. I then found a customer service email and was able to get a response. They told me that they couldn’t issue a refund since I upgraded my app through Apple. I contacted Apple to see if they could issue a refund, and they stated they couldn’t per their terms of service. Insert eye roll. I circled back to Qustodio, and they still claim that since Apple controls their payments, they are unable to issue a refund. I offered them a solution of issuing a written check to me. No response. Unacceptable. Don’t use this company. They failed to do the one job they were supposed to do - keep the garbage of pornography out of my home. And now they can’t even make it right.

soldier #12 ,


as a kid i understood why my parents had restricted my phone before, because i was too young to really handle everything myself, but i’m not a little kid anymore. i never complained about this app as a kid but of course now I HATE IT. NO TEEN wants these kind of apps on their phones! parents should build trust with their teens rather than restrict their technology. They worry that others may harm us, but they can’t seem to realize that we as teens that were raised around technology, know EXACTLY what to avoid and how to well handle the situations that they worry too much about! In fact, if parents would actually take the time to get to know their kids, and treat them like close friends as well as family, then we would be telling you everything like we would to one of our close friends! You don’t need any restricting app to “protect” your kids! in fact, the more you hide them from the real world, THE WORST THEY WILL BE WHEN THEY GROW UP! Parents are getting these kind of apps out of fear rather than love and it’s obvious. You’re causing your teen to lose their trust in you and you’re destroying your relationship! Instead, try focusing on giving your teen trust, freedom, patience, and privacy. What kind of a role model are you if you’re basically teaching your kids to fear what you don’t know? Let them know that you love them by trusting them, not restricting the things they love! DO NOT GET ANY RESTRICTING APP FOR YOUR TEEN!! LET THEM BE!! PERIOD!!

Developer Response ,

We know it’s frustrating having your internet use monitored, but your parents have chosen Qustodio because they want the best for you. We ask families to work together & decide on healthy limits, so why not try having a chat with your parents? Maybe you can find a solution you’re all happy with ☺
Good luck!
Qustodio Team

App Privacy

The developer, Qustodio, indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

Data Linked to You

The following data may be collected and linked to your identity:

  • Location
  • Contact Info
  • Search History
  • Browsing History
  • Identifiers
  • Sensitive Info
  • Diagnostics

Privacy practices may vary, for example, based on the features you use or your age. Learn More


  • Family Sharing

    With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.

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