Qustodio Parental Control App

Qustodio Parental Control App

By Qustodio

  • Category: Lifestyle
  • Release Date: 2020-05-13
  • Current Version: 182.12.3
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 78.51 MB
  • Developer: Qustodio
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 11.0 or later.
Score: 3.86461
From 1,913 Ratings


Awarded PC Mag’s Editors’ Choice for best family parental control & screen time app, Qustodio Parental Control App makes parenting easier with daily screen time limits, app monitoring, including YouTube, app blocking, kid tracking and the most advanced reporting. Start by downloading this Qustodio Parental Control App onto your device. Then download the Kids App Qustodio companion app onto your child’s device or devices. Together, the apps allow you to seamlessly manage your child’s daily screen time allowance on linked mobile, tablet or desktop devices across platforms including iOS, macOS and other major operating systems. Qustodio Free family parental control & screen time app (1 supervised device) • Set and manage daily screen time limits • Website, search and app monitoring • Website or category blocking (block games, porn, gambling and lock out unwanted content) • Safe search • Unsupported browser blocking • Advanced reporting (7-day history) • Alerts To enjoy app blocking, geolocation, even more monitoring insights, as well as screen time allowances, upgrade to Qustodio Premium family parental control & screen time app. Qustodio Premium family parental control & screen time app (5, 10 or 15 supervised devices) Enjoy everything you get in Qustodio Free family parental control & screen time app plus: • New YouTube Monitoring • New Family Locator geolocation kid tracker (can also ‘find my device’) • App blocker (block by app or category) • 30-day reporting history • Priority support • Priority access to new Qustodio parental control features • Link more devices for full family mode The all new Family Locator, a mobile GPS tracker conveniently built into the Qustodio family parental control & screen time app, lets you find family’s phones, locate whole family on the move, add favorite places and share locations. Find your family’s happy place with Family Locator. Want to control more than screen time? Upgrade to 1-Year Premium plans from inside the app on your device by using Apple’s In-App Purchase. Qustodio Premium family parental control & screen time app is available with an annual subscription. Your payment will be charged to your iTunes account upon purchase confirmation and any unused portion of your free trial period will be ended. Your subscription will renew automatically and at the same cost unless auto-renew is turned off at least 24-hours before the end of the current period. To avoid being billed for an additional period, subscriptions must be canceled at least 24 hours before the end of the current period. You can manage your subscription and set auto-renewal to off by going to “Settings” on your iPhone or iPad. If you have any questions or need help, contact us at info@qustodio.com We take privacy and the protection of your family and children’s data extremely seriously. We do not and will not sell data to third-parties. Your child’s screen time activity is for your eyes only. Our Terms of Use are available here: https://www.qustodio.com/family/terms/ The Qustodio family parental control & screen time app is available in English, Spanish, French, German, Italian, Chinese, Japanese & Brazilian Portuguese.



  • Don’t waste your time

    By MisterMattio
    I’m so tired of trying these parental apps. If you’re using iOS new than iOS newer than 14 (who isn’t?), then this won’t work. No tech support. Overpriced. Thank heavens you can do the trial and see it’s useless before buying. I set daily time limits as well as restricted times during the day. It doesn’t restrict messaging! This is the whole reason I was trying the app!!
  • Does not work!

    By ELKscott
    I turn on restricted time and they are still able to use it! I literally have no clue as to how! I tried turning it off and then back on with no change. I got this app to control when they are on it and so I can shut them off when I’m not near them and they literally can by pass the sign that said you are not allowed to use it and they are still using it. Don’t recommend this app.
  • Limited features with iOS. Don’t be deceived.

    By Dontwasteurlife
    I tried Qustodio because I read some blog posts that listed it as the best option for parental control apps. However crucial features like YouTube activity monitoring and text monitoring don’t work on iOS. Maybe it works great for others. We only have iOS devices in our family. Potential customers in the App Store need to know they are not going to be getting the advertised experience. I think the company behind this app is deceptive about that too which leads me to believe they care more about getting subscriptions than they do about helping us protect our kids. Also, notice the responses from the developer. I expect now this is a foreign company taking advantage of loving parents. The developer responses are very impersonal with limited English vocabulary. Similar to Amazon reviews and seller descriptions from other countries. This is a company that found a way to make money. They are not passionate about parenting. Beware.

    By Jennifer Do not download
  • Fundamental issue

    By mwe245443
    I had reviewed many apps and was excited about qustudio after seeing so many positive comments. However, obviously the app only works if it is functioning on the phone. My 10 year old went into settings on his kids app and uninstall the qustudio profile. All he had to do was to put in his iphone passcode. And there you are, it is gone in 2 seconds. I get a pathetic email saying that the app is uninstalled on my child's device. One would have thought there is an extra pin or something to verify before the app gets removed. I guess I am gonna have to see how I can get reimbursed the subscripton fee I paid for the whole year.
  • Don’t blow your money on this app

    By Superowner677
    The only reason I wanted to get the app was to monitor text and calls it’s so iffy and comes and goes it’s not with it.
  • Can’t call police

    By sjxmdmkamx
    My brother can’t call the cops
  • Going downhill

    By AuMoVi
    I first got this app for my daughter’s phone a couple years ago. Initially used the free version, then after a while wanted some of the features of the paid version so I upgraded. The first phone we used this on (Alcatel Raven) seemed to work well. I could control screen time, apps, see YouTube / website history and locked time (though I would like to see different time increments. On-the-hour doesn’t fit all schedules. Having 15 - 30 minute increments would be more appropriate), monitor phone calls & texts & see her location. The next phone (moto gpure), we didn’t have as much success with. I could still control screen time (to an extent, my daughter could evade the locked times and use her phone just fine if she wanted to), see location and YouTube / website history. Couldn’t see texts / phone calls (I thought my daughter may have done something to prevent such, but after extensive looking, it was nothing she had done). On this phone, I also could not figure out why I “allowed” settings on the list of apps but my daughter needed my password every time she needed to go into settings (I FINALLY figured it out after replacing the phone) My daughter got an iPhone for Christmas. One of the things that persuaded me to get her a new phone was hearing people talk about the Apple Parental Controls already on the phone. Even with them, I put Qustodio on her iPhone while I learned how to use the Apple controls….. still couldn’t see calls / texts, also couldn’t see her location, screen time was pointless as I could control that from my iPhone to the minute, and I discovered the app locked my daughter out of messenger kids (she could get on, but couldn’t send / receive messages, kept getting a “reconnecting” message as if she was off line). I realize part of the problem with the most recent phone is Apple doesn’t play nicely with 3rd-party apps, but it finally reached a point of me removing the app & canceling my subscription.
  • I gave 2 stars because the free version has more features then most

    By BcRobinson1976
    Ok besides the features that are free which are great but of now use to me because my kid was able to just delete the app.. I mean seriously she deleted it as soon as she saw it. What’s the point if they can just get rid of it when ever they want to act a fool on their phones or something. Highly disappointed and glad I didn’t spend any money on this now. Only had it for 5 hours lol
  • Needs a better trial

    By Derek Da Dad
    Need ability to try differentiating limits between calls and messages, videos, social media, etc. It appears to treat all these as one unless you pay $50. I would like to play with these features first to see how/if they work. What’s to hide?