mLite goes global and gets a multilingual interface

Jeremy Brighton
mLite Releases a New Feature

mLite parental control application is now available in French, German, Spanish, Italian, Portuguese, Turkish and Korean.

mLite, an application created to improve user experience in kids monitoring, continues its expansion and has reached 300,000+ downloads at Google Play in December. mLite wants its customers to feel the maximum user comfort including an interface in their mother tongue. Starting from early December 2016 mLite is available at Google Play in 7 multilingual versions including French, German, Spanish, Italian, Portuguese, Turkish and Korean.

Parents can download mLite directly from Google Play and install it on their children’s devices. mLite involves a visible icon on child’s device. Thus, children will know that you have installed a mobile phone tracker on their devices. mLite offers contacts, SMS, call logs, GPS location and installed apps monitoring.

Actually, mLite provides all necessary features that safeguard modern children in most situations. It is one of the best ways today to really acknowledge any child’s interests and concerns. GPS tracking helps parents to know if their children are in the wrong or dangerous neighborhood. Real-time SMS logs tracking and call logs monitoring help to prevent cyberbullying. Monitoring of the contact list will help to find out who children communicate with.

Please check recently released mLite Panic Button feature for more information on it.

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Jeremy Brighton was born and raised abroad in the family of a military, and travelled a lot all over the world. He possesses extensive experience in translating/writing for international journals and newspapers. He is a dedicated and altruistic community worker, with degrees in both Economics and Computer Engineering.

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