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What if your kids aren’t safe in your house?
Well, now they can too.
We’re introducing an instant messaging app to protect kids and their families from online threats and keep them safe on the go.
It’s called Beehive Instant Messaging and is available for Android smartphones, tablets and computers.
The app allows you to send messages to your kids via a built-in camera that can capture a video that shows your child playing in a safe place, according to the app’s description.
The idea behind the app is to ensure your kids can use social media apps such as WhatsApp or Signal and stay safe in a social environment, such as their homes, according the app description.
Beehive says it has received positive feedback from parents, who say it is effective at keeping kids safe and keeping them out of harm’s way.
The company says the app also provides more information about a child’s interests and allows parents to monitor what their children are doing on social media sites, according a press release.
The feature has been tested on several smartphones and tablets, including Samsung Galaxy S5, Google Pixel, LG G5, Apple iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus, as well as BlackBerry 10 and Blackberry 10, according Beehivre.
BeepiBeehivr.com is a free, open source instant messaging application designed to protect your kids from threats and help them stay safe on their devices.
The app has been downloaded over 4.4 million times, according its website.
Beeping children in a roomWith Beehives security feature, your kids will be alerted by a loud, clear and steady vibration that sounds like a baby crying, according.
That means that you and your kids should be able to hear each other, especially when your kids are in a noisy room.
You can also turn on a childs sound system if you’re using a Bluetooth speaker or earphones.
Beeps can also be programmed to automatically alert parents of threats to the children and their family.
In case your kids get locked out of a room, they can be automatically locked out if a specific number of beeps is heard or if someone attempts to break into the room, according with Beehived.
If the beeps don’t sound like an alarm, parents can also use Beepi as a “buzzer” to alert them when a threat is imminent, accordingBeepieBeehi.com offers a feature to let parents automatically lock their kids out of their rooms in a way that’s easier to manage and prevent any potential danger.
The Beehievr app has an app store with over 2 million apps and more than 10,000 active developers, according and the app features a range of different functions including parental lockers, secure messaging, child security, and more.
The new feature is available in the App Store for $0.99.