Securly Home 4+

Protecting Your Kids Online


    • 4.6 • 1.5K Ratings
    • Free



Bring the one online safety solution trusted by over 15,000 schools into your home.

Wave goodbye to the stress that comes with sending school devices home. Securly Home is a free feature included with your school’s Filter purchase, giving parents control over their child’s school device when it goes home, including web filtering, site restrictions, and monitored screen time.

Securly Home lets parents stay informed with what their child is doing online, whether at school or at home. This comprehensive, easy to use app lets parents block inappropriate content, view a real-time activity feed, and pause the internet from anywhere, anytime.

Securly Home works with school-owned devices only. Parents can:
View a real-time activity feed
Customize rules specifically for school devices at home
Receive notifications about concerning activity (e.g. bullying, self-harm)
Limit screen time from anywhere with the pause button
Determine when the internet is offline with offline scheduling


Terms of Service

Privacy Policy

What’s New

Version 4.4.2

Minor bug fixes

Ratings and Reviews

4.6 out of 5
1.5K Ratings

1.5K Ratings

MamaLMD711 ,

Wow! Love the easy one view on all our kids devices!

I can see what’s happening with our kids devices - whether school or home devices! Easy to filter out bad stuff, pause the internet when its time to come off the internet - and check what they’re doing everywhere, anytime.

tmtrains ,

Still a trash app

Hey, so my last review got taken down or something. No worries, I’m back to tell you about exciting new feature these amazing developers put into this app.

Remember when if you’re looking through your kid’s activity and you see something to block and you couldn’t block them from there? You had to remember some sketchy website name and hoped you typed it in correctly after going through a million screens to get there.

People they solved it. Kind of.

Ok not really. You still can’t block a site from the activity feed because, come on that’s too hard.

Now, you can copy the website name to the clipboard.

Yeah. That’s it. That’s the only improvement this app got.

It’s still a flaming dumpster fire of bad UI and really terrible filters that literally even a 12 year old can bypass.

On top of that, they’ve totally broken parent blacklists and whitelists. A trying to change these lists is just an invitation to watch a spinner for 30 seconds and get a timeout error message.


This app is so bad because parents aren’t who they sell to. We’re not Securly’s customers, so they have this app made by the lowest bidder.

They sell to your district’s IT dept. If you’re also tired of dealing with this trash app, let your district board know. They’re the only people Securly cares about.

Developer Response ,

I work with our product team at Securly and wanted to let you know I loved your idea. Being able to block a site from the activity feed would make it much easier to manage. This is on our roadmap for an upcoming release.

If you have any other ideas, we have a feature request portal for parents available here:

If you add an idea to that portal, it'll keep you up to date and send you an email when it's been placed on the roadmap > coded > released.

MegsNFocus ,

Doesn’t care about blind users

First of all, I can only block stuff on my kids school computer when they’re on my home Wi-Fi network. Anything I blocked does not apply to the schools Wi-Fi which is absolutely infuriating. I have an autistic kid I’m trying to prevent from downloading and playing video games all day at school instead of what he is supposed to be doing.
Second of all, I am a blind parent, which means I am a blind user of this app. When I reached out to let them know that their app was at best clunky for a user who interacts with screen readers on their devices, they said, no, it isn’t…
So even when I try to use it on my own, I end up needing to ask for help because it’s very inaccessible even though they say it’s fine

App Privacy

The developer, Securly, 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 Not Linked to You

The following data may be collected but it is not linked to your identity:

  • Contact Info
  • Usage Data
  • Diagnostics

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

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