RAADR Announces Submission of Newly Re-Designed Parenting Application
RAADR, Inc., a technology and software development company that monitors cyber-bullying and social media platforms with artificial intelligence announces its submission of its newly re-designed parent monitoring application to the Apple IOS platform. The submission was made on July 13th, 2020 and the company is currently waiting for approval from Apple.
“We are really excited about the pending re-design and expect our user base to love the new updates,” says RAADR CTO Bishop Morley. Morley went on to say, “The updates will allow users to comfortably navigate through the app with a more streamline UX (User experience ).”
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RAADR CEO Jacob DiMartino says, “The updates are beyond amazing! It is like a brand new app. Our parenting application now has more capabilities and functionality than ever! These updates will effect the way parents interact with their children online social behaviors. The updates include multiple benefits for parents and administrators to reduce and or catch cyber bullying in its tracks. The whole goal is to reduce the amount of cyber bullying online, at school and at home for our users.”
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About RAADR, Inc.: RAADR, Inc., makers of the artificial intelligent proprietary technology application RAADR©, have developed a web based tool that provides families with peace of mind when it comes to knowing that their children have a layer of safety from bullying and predatory behavior.
By customizing their own unique monitoring and alert settings, parents and guardians can be alerted when their children’s Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and other pertinent social media platforms containing inappropriate language. By utilizing customized keywords chosen by the user that are added to an already existing database, parents and guardians can carry a sense of assuredness that their child is safe from bullying or being subjected to inappropriate behavior.
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