Family Link app receives mixed reviews, with users expressing frustration over connectivity issues and lack of enforcement of set limits. However, many appreciate its ability to control children's activities and set time restrictions. Some users suggest improvements such as fixing timezone issues and allowing selective app blocking. The app is praised for its location monitoring and remote control features, but criticized for occasional glitches and limited control over teenagers' usage. Overall, Family Link is considered a helpful tool for parental supervision.Best for
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often doesn't work and child can "graduate" beyond controls at 13.
I don't get alerts unless I go into the app. Very frustrating.
this app only works sometimes. the limits i set never stay. i always have to go back in and lock things. i really only have it so that i can still lock it whenever i need.
Never asked for it live alone what about single don't we have rights
helps control my kids game time and what they do on it
We have 2 new phones. I've wasted well over an hour. Trying to get this stupid app to work, it's junk I'm sure Google wants it not to work so they can poison your child's brain with YouTube. And all this weird garbage people put online.
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