Which brand is right for your child?
Kids clothing, toys, games, and more are getting a makeover, as the makers of popular brands are turning their attention to kids.
Read MoreIn a bid to appeal to kids, the brands are focusing on ways to bring the latest innovations to the table, and are using social media to build trust with their customers.
The brands are aiming to be more socially responsible as well.
The companies are also taking steps to provide parents with tools to help their kids better communicate with their parents.
One such tool is the KidsApp, which aims to help parents get more information on their children’s activities, while another is the My Kids app, which lets parents see what their kids are doing with their devices, and even share them with other family members.
“The app has become a tool that helps parents get a better understanding of what their children are doing on their phones,” said Arjun Kumar, CEO of Gurgaon-based KidsApp.
“This app helps parents identify their children activities and provide them with the most relevant information.
This is a very important part of the overall package.”
The app’s features include a photo feed, interactive video chats and other tools to enable parents to see what they are doing in the home, including how they are spending time with their kids, how long they spend in the house and the amount of time they spend playing together.
Parents can also share photos with their children on the app with a photo, voice and text message, as well as post it on Facebook, Instagram and other social media platforms.
The KidsApp app, meanwhile, provides parents with an easy-to-use interface to track their children activity and manage their account, including a schedule, which includes the time of day they are online.
“With KidsApp and My Kids App, we have a common platform where parents can access the kids activity data on their phone,” Kumar said.
“The app provides the same data that parents can find on their own devices.
KidsApp is an essential part of our overall package of products, which is a key to delivering a good experience to parents.”