TAMPA, Fla. (March 7, 2014) – MamaBear App, the first-ever parenting app to monitor location, social media and safe-speed driving, recently announced the addition of Twitter to the list of social media platforms the app monitors, including FaceBook and Instagram. For Twitter, the MamaBear app notifies parents when a child has a new follower, is following someone new or has a restricted word on their feed.
“Social media is changing daily, so we’re working hard to help parents keep up with the trends and monitor social platforms being used most frequently by their children,” said Robyn Spoto, President and Co-Founder of MamaBear App. “We have a loyal team dedicated to researching these trends so we can stay in the forefront of the technology needed to keep our children safe.”
MamaBear App is also working on a redesign of their notification view to make it more engaging and moving it to the first page upon app open. The effort scheduled to release early 2nd quarter supports their position to be the only minute by minute private news provider of a child’s physical and virtual activity. “With MamaBear, I’m spending more time throughout the day looking at my child’s daily news instead of everyone else’s on Facebook,” said Donna Martinez, MamaBear user.
Launched in August 2012, the MamaBear App is the first of its kind. It works on a combination of devices using either the iOS or Android platform. MamaBear is currently in public beta and there is no charge for the service. For more information, visit Mamabearapp.com or download the app in Google Play or Itunes.
The MamaBear app was conceptualized in the summer of 2011 as an all-in-one parenting app that monitors location, social media and safe-speed driving. Developed by a group of parents, digital visionaries and experienced technology entrepreneurs with a vision of a world of worry-free parenting. The mission is to create tools that provide parents a peace of mind while giving children needed freedom. MamaBear values safety, family, trust, empathy and privacy.