Starting with Covenant Eyes for Android version 184.108.40.206, we monitor and filter the following browser apps, and block the other apps according to your Filter Sensitivity Level. All other apps will be reported as used, but no further information is available.
Accountability and Filtering are currently available for the following browser apps (including incognito and private browsing):
The following browsers are also monitored with Covenant Eyes version 220.127.116.11 and lower. (They will be blocked on Version 18.104.22.168 and higher.)
After upgrading your app, or downloading it for the first time, click on the Covenant Eyes icon. You’ll see a button, “Enable App Locking.” After pressing this button, you’ll be asked to create a four-digit passcode. If you are protecting yourself on the device, we recommend you choose someone you trust to set this code for you (like your Accountability Partner). If you are protecting your kids, set this code yourself.
You’ll then come to a list of apps installed on your device. Lock all the apps you want to lock by toggling the switches to the “lock” position.
If someone tries opening a locked app, the passcode will be required.
If you override a locked app with your four-digit passcode, the app will stay unlocked until you re-lock it in your Covenant Eyes App Lock Settings. If you don’t want it to remain unlocked, remember to re-lock it.
You can lock down any apps you want, but we recommend locking down any apps that could serve as a back door to inappropriate content.
It is best to do a review of the apps on your device and see what each app does and what it accesses.
Parental Control Features:
Other options for Android Filtering:
K9 is not recommended since it is not comprehensive and cannot be customized.