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In evaluating these products, we took the following criteria into account: We also looked into whether these services let parents monitor kids' activities on social media, although in most cases, the features we found were pretty limited.

Norton Family Premier packs just about any feature a parent could ask for into its mobile-device-management offering, giving you control over multiple features on multiple devices.

You won't be able to monitor every aspect of how your kids are using their Android phones, but with the web-filtering, app-monitoring and location-tracking features, you'll have enough control to remind them to responsibly use their mobile devices.

The web filters in Norton Family Premier can keep your child away from questionable websites, and it's easy to set times for when it's OK to use an Android phone.

(One complaint: Norton's offering would be more powerful if it let you block out times for specific apps.) But Norton's best feature may be its location-tracking capabilities, which give you a fairly accurate picture of where your children (and their phones) happen to be. Norton Family Premier comes free if you spring for Norton's most expensive antivirus suite, Norton Security Premium.

No one parental-control service is perfect, but our testing found that delivers the best mix of web filtering, location tracking and app management, particularly on Android devices.

(The i Phone version of Norton Family Premier is limited by comparison, but still offers just enough web filtering to make it worthwhile.) Norton's parental-control app beats out Phone Sheriff ($89 a year), which is a good alternative on Android, particularly for monitoring texting.

Of all parental-control services we tested for Android devices, Phone Sheriff came out near the top, bested only by the Android version of Norton Family Premier.