If You Tube is a concern, you can restrict the use of it in i OS5 or later.
You can also go directly to the app online and enable You Tube parental controls.
Apple has done a great job incorporating a ton of parental control apps, but maybe you want even more security.
If that’s the case, check out the Apple App Store where you’ll find a ton of paid and some free parental control apps for i Phone and i Pad.
We compare the top parental control apps and where they stand on some of the more popular features in the chart below.
Mobicip: This app shines for managing all the devices in your household and setting time limits for Internet usage. The free version lets you enable pre-defined content filtering, and create a safe browser environment.
For many parents, this should be enough to give them peace of mind, but parents who want to add restrictions on when the phone is used and monitor who their kids are communicating with on the phone, should add additional parental control apps.