Frequently Asked Questions
Fipple provides a comprehensive approach to behavior monitoring of your mobile device. Behavior types monitored include:
- Suicide and self-harm
- Violent behavior
- School shooter library
- Sexting and Sexual behavior
- Substance, Drug and Alcohol Abuse and Addiction
- General Mental Health
Other alert applications find their information using a third-party backup. The problem with this is that it often requires a caregivers phone to be backed up often to iCloud or other storage repository to work accurately. In addition to third party backup, Fipple captures data at many points in the process. The result is that Fipple is a more comprehensive monitoring system and will be more accurate and effective.
With Fipple, content monitoring is not limited by applications nor accounts. Current parental control solutions only allow a certain number of apps and accounts to be monitored. The problem is that popular apps and accounts of a loved one can change frequently and the pressure is on parents to stay abreast of information.
Fipple also leverages Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence to decipher disturbing content. It is also able to detect photos of nudity, gun violence, and concerning memes.
Fipple also provides the ability to generate custom monitoring of locations and content. This will allow caregivers to monitor for a problem of particular interest to them.
My child is older and I’m concerned that once installed, can’t my kids just uninstall or get around the Fipple app?
- Content created by the user– text, photos, emojis, and memes in Apps on the device including the browser.
- Content received by others via email, text, browser and via Facebook, Instagram, Snapchat, Twitter and many others.
There is an old adage “trust but verify”. There are serious situations out there. As Suicide, anxiety and depression, school violence, cyberbullying, and online solicitation is on the rise, Fipple feels that is better to know if there is a growing problem- with your loved one- or those with whom they are interacting.