Ignore No More Lets Parents Take Back Control Over Their Kids


Every teens nightmare has come true. The days of not answering your phone when your parents call have come to an end. It's a sad day for teens who wish to ignore their parents when they are out having fun, but it's a wonderful day for parents who have to no longer worry about what their children are doing. So what is this nightmare that all kids across America have to suffer from now on? We'll blame one mother and son for this app's existence. The application is called "Ignore No More," which gives parents the power to remotely lock and unlock their child's phone. In other words, if your mother or father calls you and you ignore that call, they will simply lock your phone until you finally get the guts to call them back.

So for the parents reading this, according to the app description, Ignore No More is easy to install and will be up and running in 10 minutes. The app will be under a single household account, so one account will be able to control multiple devices. The downside to controlling multiple devices is the fee. Going by what the app description says, it will cost $1.99 to control each phone. So if you have a lot of kids, it can become costly. Other than the expense, once your child's phone is locked, it is virtually impossible for them to remove the lock. The only other option for your child to unlock their phone is to call you back.

The nightmare has only begun. For parents, Ignore No More is the perfect tool to take back control over your children. For kids and teenagers, those times of doing something you know you are not supposed to do are over. When your parents call and you choose not to answer, your phone will be put on lockdown. To download and install the app, follow this link. For parents or children reading this, let us know your thoughts about Ignore No More. Is this an invasion of privacy or an attempt at parents laying down the law? Hearing a point of view from both parties would be nice so sound off in the comments.

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Jamil Bryant

I'm an all around tech enthusiast that loves to walk into Best Buy and tinker with every usable device. Android has been a good friend of mine for some years now. As a user, the environment that the software takes you in is practically endless. Other than writing about new mobile tech I love to skateboard, create music, record podcast, and other unusual stuff.
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