Famigo Sandbox – Innovative Way of Letting Kids Use Your Phone

The app we are going to review today is called Famigo Sandbox, the app is available for Android and can be download/purchased from the Google Play Store as well as Amazon’s very own app store for people who own Kindle. There are a lot of apps available in the market that can protect your phone, not to mention, most modern Android smartphones are equipped with fingerprint sensors and unless you have someone else’s fingerprints registered too, there’s no way your phone can be accessed. However, what if you have children and they want to play some game on your phone? It’s a very common situation, and although it may seem harmless, handing a phone in your child’s hand adds up more of risk than just your kid dropping your phone down.

There’s no denying that amazing apps on Android are available in abundance. This can further be proven by the fact that almost all the tech websites are doing weekly editorials on the best Android apps that you can get your hands on; it may seem like an exaggeration but it’s true considering the wonderful amount of apps that you can download and install on your Android device.

We all have important stuff on our phone considering how modern smartphones are more or less equivalent of a computer that we conduct our work on. Important contacts, email addresses, and even documents are saved on your mobile phone. Now obviously, unless your child is sensible enough to not prance around, there are high chances that you are might end up losing them. Well, there is one way you can actually protect your phone, and yourself from going through that painful experience. This is by downloading Famigo Sandbox. Famigo Sandbox is a handy little application that creates a sandbox environment in your phone where you can put a selected list of applications, and only those applications will run there. Means if you put your kid’s favourite game in that environment, he or she will only be able to open that game. For those who are wondering what sandbox environment is, it’s basically a computer term and it means a sustained or an isolated environment that is used to run apps.

With that being said, if you are a parent with children who like to tinker with your phone and end up deleting some apps, then the Famigo Sandbox is the best you can ask for. It’s easy to use, can be customized to provide top of the line security, and the best feature is that it actually creates a sandbox environment inside the phone that isn’t buggy. There have been several apps like this one in the past but most of them were exploited in mere seconds where pressing the back or the home button would quickly terminate the sandbox and return the phone to its usual state, however, this one works perfectly fine and once you are in the environment, you can only leave when you want to.

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