Install your parental control software on your child’s iOS devices in 2 steps

Thanks to parental control software, you can protect your kids when they go online on an iPhone, an iPad or an iPod.

To install your parental control on an iOS device, follow the instructions below or watch our tutorial video.

1) Install parental control app on iOS devices


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  • To install our parental control app on an iPhone, you first have to subscribe to
  • Once you’ve subscribed you will receive an email containing a password to log into the dashboard (aka management console).

Download the parental control app on your child’s iPhone / iPad / iPod

  • Go to the App Store from the device you want to protect, and install the app “PA parental control”
  • Launch the application
  • Log in using the password
  • You will be warned that the use of the parental control app will disrupt application icons on the device
  • Click on “Got it” to continue
  • Click on “Bind” to link the device to your dashboard.
  • Then, follow the 3 steps of the system configuration installation: click on “Install” until the screen informs you that the device is now protected.
Inclusion of the safe browser

2) Optional safe search browser for your child’s iOS device


Installation of safe search browser

  • To provide optimum protection for your child on the internet, you can also install our safe search browser in addition to the parental control app.
  • Simply click on “Install” and you will be redirected to the App Store.
  • Click on the “Download icon” and on “Open”.
  • Select “Associate” to bind the browser to the parental control app
  • Click on “Ok” to complete the installation of the safe search browser.
safe browser for iOS application Parentsaround safe browser on the App Store Association of the safe browser and the parental control End of the installation

3) Setup a profile for your child


Log in to your dashboard (management console)

  • Available online via your phone, tablet, laptop or desktop, login to your management console at
  • Click on “Dashboard” in the top right hand corner of the page
  • Enter your login details (email address and password)

Create time slots for each child

  • From the menu click on “Schedule”
  • Then select the type of content that can be accessed on your child’s iPhone during these time slots
  • NB : setting up a maximum connection time is not available for iOS

Define an Internet filtering level

  • Go to your management console.
  • From “Users”, click on “More” and on the “Web filtering” button of the child user concerned. This option is also available in the menu, with the “Web filtering” button.
  • Choose the internet level filtering.
  • Similarly to the level of Internet filtering on computers, the iOS device’s filtering is automatically fixed by the birth date that you provide during the creation of the user. You can, if you want to, update this setting.

Control access to games and apps on the device during authorized time slots

In the tab “Configuration during authorized time slots“, you can configure three kinds of content :
  • Apps : you can allow or disable the installation of new apps, access to Safari and iTunes. You also can allow access to all apps or filter them by age (- 8, – 12, – 17, +17).
  • Content :you can allow or disable access to explicit content in music, podcasts, iTunes, as well as erotic content in the iBookstore. You also can allow or disable access to all movies and series, or filter them by age (- 8, – 12, – 17, +17).
  • In-app purchase : you can allow or disable in-app purchases.
  Example: you decide to allow the installation of new apps and iTunes, but to block Safari. You also block explicit content, erotic content, and movies for child under 12. During the authorized time slots, your child will be allowed to install new apps and access iTunes, but Safari and all explicit content will be blocked. And your child will not be allowed to watch movies or series for 12 years and more.  

Control access to games and apps outside authorized time slots parental control software gives you the option to choose what applications are accessible not only during authorized times slots (see above) but also outside of the scheduled time.
  For example after 9pm you may want Martha to be able to listen to music and so authorise access to iTunes but you don’t want her to install new games or be surfing the internet late at night.

How does it affect your child’s device?

  • Applications which are blocked are no longer visible on the iPhone concerned, so your child can’t access them
  • If the installation of new apps is disabled, then the App Store is no longer visible on the device
  • If explicit and erotic content are blocked in iBookstore, iTunes, podcasts or music, the child user can’t access any content considered as explicit by Apple
  • If in-app purchases are disabled and your child tries to buy something in a game, a popup message will inform them that the App Store is no longer accessible.

To disable or uninstall the parental control app on the device

  • If you want to temporarily disable the parental control app to use the device without any restriction, login to the application with your ID and password, and move the cursor to “off”. Don’t forget to re-activate it when you’ve finished.
  • If you want to uninstall the parental control app, login to the application with your ID and password, and click on “Reset”. Then, follow the 3 steps of uninstalling described in the tutorial screen.