Have you ever had a child accidentally delete a treasured photo or video on your device? If so, Keep Safe Eva may be just what you need. This photo viewing app lets parents hand over their device to their little ones without having to worry about losing precious content. Parents can choose the photos and videos they want their little ones to see and ensure nothing bad will happen as they swipe through them.
- Let kids safely view photos
- Keep kids in the app
- Prevent photos from being deleted
- Prevent unwanted sharing of photos
Keep Safe Eva comes with a bit of a learning curve. Developers offer a tutorial upon request and most parents would be wise to request it. The main portion of the app features a menu with eight different options: Child lock, Auto off, Auto play, Purchase, Rate us, Contacts, Theme, and Album. Parents can select a designate a specific album to use with the app. They can also opt to register for an account and share photos and videos with all of the friends connected to their account.
This app is not being rated for education.
Since Keep Safe Eva is only a photo viewer, it relies solely on the photos parents select to entertain children. However, for children five and under, particularly toddlers, the photos will be entertaining enough and the design of the app will ensure that children won’t have a meltdown because they accidentally tap away from the photos. Instead, they’ll remain safely within the app.
A free download allows children to look at photos through the app for a limited amount of time. Purchasing the full version of the app gives them access to unlimited photo viewing. The full version is cheap enough to be worth a purchase if parents have trouble with their children deleting content or accidentally sending photos to contacts. Those who don’t may be content to retrieve the occasional lost photo or video from the “Recently Deleted” folder on their devices.
The app is designed for kids five and under and is most appealing to parents with children at the lower end of that age range. One thing parents must be sure to do is set up the app before handing their children the device. The base app is not very child friendly and allows children to access all of the features, including the Contact Us form and in-app purchase, if they happen to open it on their own. Parents who use the app frequently will also want to regularly change the position of the child lock. Toddlers and preschoolers are smart and will likely figure out how to unlock the app and access the menu once they see their parents do it a few times.
- Parental lock to keep kids in app
- NO external links
- NO social media
- NO 3rd party ads
- YES in-app purchase
- YES rate us
Allow toddlers and preschoolers to view photos on your devices without worrying about them being deleted.