Know What Your Kids Are Doing Online w/ New @PBSKids Super Vision App

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Ever wish you had super powers to know what your kids are up to online?  Guess what?  There’s an app for that!

Last week PBS KIDS launched a new revolutionary app designed specifically for parents that will give them the “super power” to engage with their kids in the digital medium as never before called PBS KIDS Super Vision. This new, free app is a first-of-its-kind tool that parents can access conveniently from their mobile phones anytime, anywhere, to see what their kids are watching, playing and learning on, and help them make the most of their children’s PBS KIDS screen time.

The PBS KIDS Super Vision App, now available on iPhone and iPod Touch, parents enter a simple code on their mobile device to start receiving:

  • Real-time information on what their child is playing, watching and learning on;
  • The ability to remotely set a Play Timer from their mobile device that will put to sleep on their child’s screen, easing the transition from playing online to another activity, such as dinner time or bed time;
  • Related activities that they can do with their child off-screen to extend the fun and learning goals of the games or videos their child plays on;
  • An Activity Summary to view the top educational skills, shows, videos and games their child used on


The PBS KIDS Super Vision App will mean peace of mind for parents, while their kids build key skills in the safe and educational environment that provides. The app works anytime, anywhere – the connection doesn’t require physical proximity – making it easy for busy parents to check in on their kids’ online activities while they are on the go.


Disclosure: Two Kids and a Coupon is a 2014 PBS Kids Ambassador for PBS Kids. Information on upcoming was provided and we’re sharing because we think this is great information and we have many readers who are parents of young children who could benefit. 


  1. ellen beck says:

    Its super important to know what kids are doing online. It is so easy for smaller kids to give way too much info and older kids to get into trouble!

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