SafeToNet - Safeguarding and Wellbeing Assistant
SafeToNet safeguards children from cyberbullying, sextortion, abuse, and aggression online. The safeguarding keyboard uses artificial intelligence to automatically advise and guide a child in real-time as they message others and search for content. It prevents them from sending anything that could harm themselves or others.
The keyboard detects when the child is being bullied, struggling with low self-esteem, or showing signs of stress and anxiety. It supports them in-the-moment by providing a series of calming and soothing audio guides that help them deal with issues associated with living in a digital world.
Real-time filtering of harmful outgoing messages
The safeguarding keyboard is a real-time assistant that educates your child to become a safer digital citizen. It changes color as it detects risk and provides your child with advice and guidance in-the-moment.
When the risks are high, the keyboard filters outgoing words and comments that your child may later regret sending. It encourages good digital citizenship and helps your child understand how to exercise caution when interacting online.
Digital Wellbeing Assistant
The digital wellbeing assistant helps children in-the-moment as it detects signs of stress, anxiety, or anger. It presents a range of audio guides including how to deal with bullying, managing stress, calming anxiety, understanding anger, and more.
The Emotions Diary is a private space for your child to track and journal their feelings. It helps to put structure to their worries and allows them to reflect on their online and offline life over time.
SafeToNet respects the privacy rights of your child and will not tell a parent what has been said, seen, or heard. Instead, the software advises as the child’s safety levels change and notably when risks have reached a level that may require intervention.
The Explore the Signs feature helps parents to identify and understand what specific struggles their child may be facing. Parents can also search for specific advice on a wide range of online safety topics.
SafeToNet provides children and parents with powerful insights that show how the child’s safety levels move over a period of time. It advises when harmful messages have been sent, how often, and lists the top 5 apps where a child is showing the greatest signs of risk.
Why use SafeToNet?
Helps prevent your child from making mistakes online and sending messages that could harm them or others;
Helps educate your child to become a safer digital citizen;
Protects your child’s rights to privacy but gives parents insight into their child’s online world without snooping or spying on them.
Assists with maintaining your child’s digital wellbeing and provides supportive/calming audio guides in-the-moment, when your child needs them most;
Guides parents on detected risks and provides insights that help parents have an informed and constructive discussion with their child about online harms;
Helps your child understand and deal with their online emotions.
Subscription pricing and terms
SafeToNet offers a 1-month free trial period for either an auto-renewing monthly subscription or an auto-renewing yearly subscription.
Subscriptions will automatically renew unless auto-renew is turned off in your Account Settings at least 24 hours before the current subscription period ends. You can cancel your subscription at any time, including during the trial period.
Contact us: https://www.safetonet.com/contact
Touch ID / Face ID: We’ve added Touch ID/Face ID support allowing you to sign in using your fingerprint or face.
Theme Improvements: We’ve made some changes to improve the themes that you can choose for your keyboard.
Ratings and ReviewsSee All
This app helps kids help themselves
We got this app a few weeks ago and I am super glad we did. With all the time kids spend on their phones (especially these days), it is important to keep them safe. That said, I hate the thought of being my pre-teen’s digital overlord and trying to block the internet or read his messages. I really like SafeToNet’s approach. The app guides our 4th grader on how to be a safer digital native...and it alerts me if it sees any concerning behavior (without compromising his privacy) so we can talk about it. There is also a wellness feature I haven’t seen in other child safety apps. Given the new normal out there, this app is a good one for families with elementary or middle schoolers to try.
Kid Doesn’t Mind It
I thought it would be difficult to get my opinionated 13-year old to agree to use this app. I simply explained what it is (helpful decision-making tool) what it’s not (a spy that will tattle) and he was agreeable. The set up was simple and he sat to watch the intro explainer instructions. Off he went, it sits on his device and he barely notices.
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- SAFETONET LIMITED
- 464.4 MB
Requires iOS 11.2 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
English, Arabic, German
- Age Rating
- This app may use your location even when it isn't open, which can decrease battery life.
- © 2020 SafeToNet
- In-App Purchases
- SafeToNet Monthly $9.99
- SafeToNet Yearly $99.99
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.