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In the recent months, we all are spending more time on our device and kids are no different. For kids, they have now a reason to use their devices more and every single day as their schooling and summer camps have moved to online learning owing to the ongoing pandemic. But, it is our responsibility to ensure that kids are using their devices more for learning than playing and other online activities. Enter Microsoft Family Safety app. Though this app has been designed for kids who are only using Microsoft own ecosystem of products and services, i.e., Microsoft edge (for web browsing), Windows 10 PCs and Xbox devices, it helps parents better understand their kids’ use of screen time, set time limits for specific apps and games, configure boundaries around web search and access, and track family members’ location, among other things. In case you’re looking for an online learning app for kids, you can check out the Ology: Science for Kids app by the American Museum of Natural History. Featuring games, videos, articles and other engaging resources, there are around 36 interactive modules that span a broad range of scientific areas including archaeology, paleontology, astrophysics, and biology. Check out our Cover Story to know more about these apps. Other apps featured in this month Cover Story are #A Time Zone Utility App “Dilims”, #Wellness Theme Based Gaming App “Bird Alone”, and #Videography App “REC – Pro Video Camera”. If you’re an iPhone or Apple Watch user, don’t forget to visit our “Feature Guide” section to know everything about the latest watchOS 7 and iOS 14. In the pages to follow, IEEE experts have tried to address questions like “Are voice controlled devices safe alternatives during COVID-19?”, “How Active Data is Fuelling Cities’ Responses to COVID-19”, and more.

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