Helping you parent in the digital age.
If you're on the hunt for a content monitoring app, you most likely want the peace of mind that you'll be alerted if your child is ever in danger. Bark does just that (and more) by monitoring the top devices, platforms, and apps kids use today for signs of potential issues.
With Bark from ALLO, you can:
Get key insights into your child’s online world and receive warnings about issues such as bullying, predators, suicidal ideation, sexual content, and more.
Get automatic alerts via email and text when Bark's algorithms detect potential risks. And your kids don't know what you're being alerted about.
Know the details of your child’s activities and receive expert recommendations for handling issues from child psychologists.
Set Location Alerts
Get notified when your kid arrives at or leaves a set location.
Comprehensive Content Monitoring for Parents
An essential part of a parent's toolkit.
Raising kids in the digital age isn’t easy. With so many dangers lurking online, it's important to take the necessary steps to protect your children. Using parental controls allows you to monitor your child's online activity and be aware of any red flags, such as bullying, depression, violence, disorders, or deviant predators.
Bark doesn't just send an alert and then say, "Good luck!" We're committed to being there with you every step of the way. With Bark, you can take action to keep your child safe. Have peace of mind and create a safer, healthier environment for your family and community.
- 2.3 GIG Customers get Bark for free
- 500 Mbps and 1 GIG Customers can add Bark for just $10/month
- Bundle ExperienceIQ and Bark for just $12/month
Monitor texts, email, YouTube, 30+ apps and social media platforms. You can also block websites and apps and see which blocked platforms your child has tried to visit.
Bark runs quietly in the background in search of issues that might indicate that something is wrong in your child's online world. Plus, your kids can't delete Bark.
Get alerts for issues like bullying, online predators, suicidal ideation, and more. Meanwhile, your kids won't know what you're being alerted about.
Get alerts for issues like bullying, predators, sexual content, and more. Customize what and when you're alerted without your children knowing.
Protecting your family’s data and privacy is one of our highest priorities. All data is kept secure with encryption.
As part of your Ultimate Wi-Fi service, you are fully supported in your Bark service 24/7.
Keep track of your kids on-the-go.
From their job to a friend’s house to home, you’ll be in the know while they’re on the go.
The family location sharing app will automatically notify you when your child arrives at or leaves a location you’ve chosen to monitor. No matter what you want to use Bark’s family location sharing features for, you can rest assured that you’ll be kept in the loop.
One App. Endless Uses.
Just a few ways you can use location sharing to have peace of mind:
- Make sure your kid gets to school safely
- Get an alert if your teen sneaks out of the house at night
- Collaborate with a co-parent to help keep your kid safe
- Rest assured that your child made it to their BFF’s house on their skateboard
- And so much more!
Extra protection with check-ins
Sometimes, you just need to know your kid’s exact location. For those situations, request a check-in and our family location sharing dashboard will show you the address of where they’re currently located!
The most coverage of any monitoring tool.
Our comprehensive parental intelligence solution monitors activity on 30+ apps and platforms.
- Text Messaging
- And many more...
Connect to 30+ platforms to monitor text messages, emails, and social activity for signs of harmful interactions and content.
Bark runs quietly in the background in search of issues that might indicate that something is wrong in your child’s online world.
Get automatic alerts via email and text when potential risks are detected, so you don’t have to comb through every post and text.
Now that you know, start a conversation with your kids. Use the opportunity to have difficult conversations around what they’re experiencing online.