Parenting is tough
Tech shouldn't be

Just give us your name and email and we will send you a bunch of great parenting resources including a free video on how to talk to your kids about sex plus the book Touchy Subjects by Craig Gross.

WHAT IS iPARENT?

Let’s be honest, if your kids are awake, they’re probably on a smartphone, in front of a smart TV, downloading apps, or posting to social networks and most likely you have no idea what they’re doing. iParent.TV is an online resource that features hundreds of videos and posts from a parent's perspective to keep parents in the loop on all the latest tech fads that your kids might or might not be into. If it’s online, it’s on iParent.TV.
“46% of teens said they would change their online behavior if they knew their parents were paying attention.”
When I was a kid, I used to ride my bike all the time. Perhaps you did, too. Perhaps you rode it to school, rode it to friends’ houses, rode it around the neighborhood just to kill time on a long summer day.

But when I was a kid, I never wore a helmet. I’m guessing you didn’t either.
Those were the days when seat belts were an afterthought and infant car seats were an overpriced luxury. When we ate pretty much whatever we wanted, and smoking cigarettes looked sophisticated.
We weren’t being intentionally reckless—we just didn’t know any better. And now we have safer vehicles and more informed health choices and we live fuller, richer lives. Not out of fear, but out of knowledge.
There’s no doubt that technology has made our lives more convenient, more expansive, more connected than ever. But while the benefits have increased exponentially, so have the drawbacks.
Apps, devices, websites, social media— it all shifts and changes so rapidly, how can you stay on top of what’s popular among your kids?

Enter iParent.TV

Want to know how to set the privacy settings on the Xbox One? We show you how.

Want to decide whether SnapChat is right for your teenager? We give you the info.

Want to find out what Reddit is all about? We have the answers.

If it’s online, it’s on iParent.TV

Look, you’re spending money on these things for your kids, but how much do you really understand about them? Get fast, thorough information and get the most out of your devices while taking care of your kids at the same time.

  • 38% of kids under 2 years old use smartphones or tablets.
  • 119 million TVs in the United State will be connected to the internet by 2017, up 51% from 2013.
  • 70% of teens aged 13 to 17 now use smartphones.
  • 62% of parents do not think their teens can get into serious trouble online.
  • 80% of parents have no idea how to monitor their kid’s online activities.
  • 74% of parents say they do not have the time or energy to keep up with their children online.
  • 87 million smart televisions were sold in 2015.
  • Google Play and iTunes App Store both have over 1 million apps for download.

So What’s the Solution? Get Engaged.

Keep up with what your kids do everywhere.

46% of teens said they would change their online behavior if they knew their parents were paying attention.

iParent.TV allows you to learn what’s safe, what’s not, and what you need to do about it.

Let iParent.TV help you make informed decisions.

Feel confident about what you say yes to, and know what you should say no to and why.

Parenting is tough…Tech shouldn’t be.

Founder - Craig Gross

Craig Gross is an author, speaker, and father of two young kids. He shot to prominence in 2002 when he founded the website XXXchurch.com as a response to the hurting he saw in those struggling with online pornography. In the 12 years since, XXXchurch.com has had over 70 million visitors and has become the leading voice on the topics of pornography and sexual addiction. In 2004, Craig also spearheaded the development of X3watch, an internet accountability system used by over 1 million people, and is the author of thirteen books. He currently resides in Los Angeles with his wife Jeanette and their two children, Nolan and Elise.

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Parenting is tough Tech doesn't have to be

Just give us your name and email and we will send you a bunch of great parenting resources including a free video on how to talk to your kids about sex plus the book Touchy Subjects by Craig Gross.