accountability software

Snapchat Pics Are Forever

Written on October 31st, 2014 in Support by Adam

Snapchat is an incredibly popular social media app that allows users to instantly share pictures with one another. Users really love it because Snapchat automatically deletes these pictures between one and ten seconds (user option) after the recipient looks at the image. At least that’s what users are told. You see, Snapchat pictures are never … Continue reading

Filter Pricing Comparison

Written on October 20th, 2014 in Product Info by Adam

    Deciding on a content filter for your family is a big decision. There are many things to consider: features, stability, reliability, ease-of-use, the type of protection the program offers and how much you get. X3watch has it all. X3watch offers the most comprehensive accountability and filtering solution on the market today. X3watch gives … Continue reading

How To Use iOS Restrictions and X3watch Together

Written on September 12th, 2014 in Support by Adam

Let’s face it, protecting your loved ones from seeing inappropriate content on a computer is a difficult task, so it’s no surprise that accomplishing this on a mobile device like an iPhone or an iPad is an even more difficult task. Thankfully though, by combining the power of X3watch and the parental control settings that … Continue reading

Using X3watch on iOS

Written on September 5th, 2014 in Product updates by Adam

Hey everyone!  As many of you know, we’ve released a new version of our iOS app that offers improved stability and enhanced features. I wanted to take a quick moment to acquaint you with it.First thing’s first though. If you haven’t updated or installed the new app yet,  go ahead and do that now. To install … Continue reading

Accountability: How X3watch Is Like God

Written on May 21st, 2014 in Resources by CJ Stunkard

Addiction gives human beings tunnel vision. The poison does not matter; whether it’s alcohol, drugs, sex, or whatever grips the addict, the obsession for a fix makes its pursuer neglect the reality of the outside world. We dismiss the consequences of our choices in light of the immediate gratification we desire. Not always but often, … Continue reading