The amount of information the internet puts within the touch of our fingertips is truly amazing. Keeping up with all the stuff that’s out there while we safeguard our family is amazingly daunting. Kids, especially pre-teens and teens, find stuff faster than parents can keep up on their own because they have a social group constantly clueing them in to the next hot thing. If you are looking for someone to give you a heads up about new apps, social media, websites and devices then iParent.tv may just be the partner you’re looking for. And this week’s contest is a great way for one lucky viewer to stay in the know with a 1 Year subscription to their service!!
A Bit from the Developer: What is iParent.TV? If your kids are awake, they’re probably on a smartphone, in front of a smart tv, downloading apps, or posting to social networks. And most likely you have no idea what they’re doing. iParent.TV will be a yearly, subscription-based website for teaching and informing parents on all things tech, mobile, devices, websites, and apps for kids so that you WILL know.
The Problem. Most parents don’t have an inside track to tech or social media dangers, let alone how to safeguard their kids against them. 58% of 10-12 year old kids believe they know how to hide their online activities from their parents. 46% of them said they would change their online behavior if they knew their parents were paying attention.
Introducing iParent.TV – keeping parents ahead of the tech curve. We believe we have the opportunity to help parents understand, get involved and safeguard their children in the ever-evolving tech World. iParent.TV educates parents with all the latest trends via Websites – Social Media – Apps – Devices
The idea. It started with a group of dads who felt like their 9-year-olds knew more about tech than they did. They were right. But their idea will help change that forever for all parents. Once launched, iParent.TV will have 100s of videos and product reviews that are very current, cutting edge and trending, keeping parents who subscribe ahead of the tech curve.
How it will work? The iParent.TV website will be a subscription-based site costing $49 per year for parents to access all the videos, reviews, how-tos, and live chat support. It will be the largest site on the net helping parents understand what’s safe and what’s not in the world of tech. – And we are offering it for only $29 on Indiegogo.
What you get? Articles, videos, reviews, tips, tools and expert advice on EVERYTHING like…Popular Apps, Social Network Sites, Major Websites, and Top Devices.
**The Giveaway** This week the creators of iParent.tv have generously offered to sponsor a 1 Year Subscription giveaway on The iPhone Mom site. A service valued at $49 but currently on special for $29.
Contest will close Monday, March 17, 2013. Happy St. Patrick’s Day! Good Luck!!
The contest rules**
Enter using any of the choices available for entry. Any of the options are acceptable, and entries per person are limited to the number indicated in the contest form. Entries will be reviewed and duplicate entries will be removed.
Contest is open to all residents of the 50 States and the District of Columbia, and only to those 18 or older! We really wish we didn’t have to exclude anyone but, well, the lawyers want to make sure that we follow silly contest laws. Blame them!
Winners will be chosen randomly. One grand prize winner will receive one (1) 1 Year Subscription for iParent.tv valued at $49.
If you are chosen, you will be notified by email. Winners must respond within three days of being contacted. If you do not respond within that period, another winner will be chosen.
This unit is purely for promotional giveaway. We are not held liable to honor warranties or customer service.
The full list of rules can be found here.
Official contest closes Monday, March 17, 2014 at 12:01 AM EST
**Enter to win in the Rafflecopter below!**
Disclosure: I have not personally tried this app. The description comes from the developer with some minor editing (and perhaps commentary) by myself. The code will stop when it hits the 200 download mark. (Their counter not mine :-))