Fumano is a parental control application, which allows parents to take care of their children remotely. By using the software, you will be able to monitor cell phone usage and set Internet access restrictions remotely.
In this review, we will consider features that Fumano provides, price ranges set and compatibility of the app with devices and operating systems.
Fumano parental control provides the following functions:
|Internet Filtering||The application allows parents to block web sources containing 18+ content and put them on the block-list to prevent further access. Fumano also lets you create whitelists to set access to some particular websites only.|
|Device Monitoring||By using Fumano, you will be able to follow your kid’s cell phone usage, including call logs, SMS, contacts and location.|
|Application Control||Monitor each application downloaded on your child’s device.|
|School-Time Setup||This option automatically puts your kid’s device in the silent mode depending on time settings.|
Fumano costs $19.99 for a lifetime. You don’t have to buy any subscriptions or pay any other fees. The software protects the device as long as you or your child owns it. A two-day free trial is available to let users test the app.
The app is compatible with Android devices as well as Android based Amazon Kindle Fire, Kindle Fire HD/HDX and B&N Nook HD/HD+ tablets. Fumano is available on Google Play. It is absolutely legal and visible.
To contact Fumano customer support, visit Contacts Us section of the website and fill in the form.
“I like Fumano for helping me with my children, when I’m away from home. I tack where they are, find out who calls them, read messages they write. I feel no worries, when they go online, as I can see where they search and which websites they visit.”
Troy K. (Canon City, Colorado)
“The functions Fumano provides are poor and badly organized. The only advantage is that the app is subscription free. However, I didn’t want to use it right after testing free trial.”
Sandra G. (Sacramento, California)
“The app is not bad, though there a lot of better ones. I’ve recently found two or three similar apps and their parental controls seem to me more comprehensive.”
Nataly O. (Flagstaff, Arizona)