2021 was an excellent year for Bosco App.
As the only parental control app that promotes awareness of online threats rather than trying to control them, Bosco reached more than 500,000 households and established partnerships in six strategic locations globally. The company estimates localization for different markets generated a 30% increase in active users.
Employing a “protect, predict, prevent” philosophy, Bosco uses advanced AI and machine learning technologies to ‘learn’ more about children’s interactions within their digital environment. The app ‘learns’ by recognising patterns in text, speech, voice, and images, and will alert parents of potential threats before they happen.
With the goal of “revolutionising the market of parental control solutions by monitoring and processing data from the most comprehensive range of sources,” Bosco’s most trailblazing feature is its ability to detect moods through its enhanced voice detection technology, created specifically for a child’s unique and changing voice. Parents can create a personal voice profile for their children so that they can get notified if their child’s mood shifts during a phone call.
Bosco’s collaboration with Panasonic on the development of the AI features and machine learning systems in the app have been recognised with an innovation grant from Singapore.
Bosco scores a rating of 4.2 stars on the Google Play Store, a testament to their highly valued and holistic approach to digital parental oversight.
Bosco is continuing to upgrade the app as more user data becomes available and operating systems improve. In 2022, they plan to make it available for iOS devices on the App Store. The continuous growth of this revolutionary parental oversight technology seems certain to fulfil Bosco’s goal to be an integral part of any child’s phone.
Guaranteed safe and secure, Bosco values users’ privacy above all and follows the strictest regulations to ensure data privacy and confidentiality.
Learn more at www.boscoapp.com