Undoubtedly, Circle with Disney is very useful for parents, but now that new tools have been added to manage household chores and prevent distracted driving.
Attached to a new smart family platform called Circle Connections, Circle Media is launching new applications and services for the home network management device, Circle with Disney.
For example, the Amazon integration with Alexa allows parents to ask the device how much time each family member spends on a screen. In addition, children may ask Alexa about the time limits related to the use of their home network.
The Circle Connections platform, in addition, is allowing integration with FamilyTech applications.
The ChoreMonster application also allows parents to assign homework and offer rewards. Thus, after a child completes a specific number of tasks, he can earn several rewards such as extra time watching television or the ability to access the house's Wi-Fi network beyond his usual time.
As for connectivity with smart devices, Circle Media is betting on fitness and car categories. So, by connecting to the Misfit line of activity trackers, parents can set activity goals for teenagers to save more time with their mobile devices.
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By connecting with teenage drivers, Automatic allows parents to disable access to social networks and other applications that can distract them when they are behind the wheel.
But, as if that were not enough, Circle Media is also working with RAKKOON to monitor text messages within iMessage, as well as social networking applications such as Twitter and Instagram.
In this way, parents can establish notifications for inappropriate actions, such as sexting or cyberbullying. In addition, automatic filtering can be configured as an option when the software detects too much inappropriate content.
Finally, Circle Media is connected to Circle with Disney with the IFTTT service platform, specifically in the integration of smart homes.
Thus, for example, when bedtime arrives, connectivity with an intelligent bulb in the room could cause it to change its color or intensity before automatically turning off a few minutes later.
Circle with Disney is priced at $ 99 dollars and is currently sold online and physical stores such as Amazon, Best Buy and Target.