How To Use Bear2Bear – MamaBear’s Customer Referral Program

mamabear referral program

Refer a friend and become a premium member for FREE.

MamaBear’s customer referral program allows you to share an exclusive link with your favorite friends to give them the gift of MamaBear’s family safety app. With each new referred registration, your friends will receive free premium service and you will continue to extend your free premium service with every new friend that registers.

Here’s How:

 

Once your friends successfully create a new MamaBear family account, they will see their premium service expiration date in the settings/subscription area of the app menu.  You will also receive a premium upgrade for the same period of time and see your expiration date extend with every registration tied to your exclusive link shared.  The period of time may vary based on seasonal promotions, but the share message will say the time length of the upgrade. 

Here’s Why:

You and your friends will enjoy MamaBear’s premium service.

  • No more ads!
  • View historical location stopping patterns for your kids for up to 7 previous days
  • View unlimited number of liked Instagram photos
  • Scroll through unlimited profiles of your child’s connections on social media
  • Priority customer service

Refer often, give the gift of safety and expand your peace of mind with MamaBear premium services. 

 

**Should you already be a premium subscriber, your expiration will be extended for the additional time. Premium service is applied to all family members on the same account. The referral program is for new family registrations only.  If you’d like to add guardians to an existing account, please use the ‘Add Guardian’ option in the app menu.

 

 

MamaBear Acquires KidNotice to Expand Its Family Safety App to Include Sharing Features

Soon parents will be able to access an even larger resource of tools that enable families to protect and connect their families and communicate digitally more effectively.

MamaBear’s feature list is expanding and growing with the company’s recent acquisition of KidNotice.

Introducing KidNotice — “Notes for Caregivers About Your Child”

KidNotice is an iPhone application that enables parents to privately and securely share a child’s vital information with trusted caregivers, such as neighbors, parents of the child’s friends, summer camp officials, etc. Using the app, parents can share a child’s “in case of emergency” profile and other vital information like allergies, food preferences and more with other parents and family members, teachers, coaches, babysitters, and nannies.
That way, if an emergency occurs and a parent cannot be reached, the caregiver will be able to have the information on hand in order to respond intelligently and swiftly.

Because KidNotice is built to protect families, safety was a primary building block in the program. All data and information within the application is secure and backed up in a Dedicated-Virtual environment managed by Media Temple (the same company responsible for protecting big brands like Samsung, Toyota, Starbucks, and Adidas).

Apps Built for Parents By Parents

Like MamaBear, KidNotice is an app for parents built by parents.

The inspiration for KidNotice came when a group of parents realized that over a given week, their children were cared for by multiple adults. With different caregivers, it was difficult to be sure that each adult had the information needed to care for the child knowing all their preferences and needs, and in case of an emergency.

They created KidNotice to simplify the information sharing process and create a digital connection between each of a child’s caregivers.

Why the Acquisition Is Important

The KidNotice acquisition is the first since Suzanne Horton, a former venture capital executive at American Express, became MamaBear’s CEO and President.

“MamaBear continues to expand the capabilities of our platform as we seek to build the most comprehensive mobile application that meets the rapidly growing need for a private digital resource to help parents and families stay informed, connected and safe in a complex and, at times, dangerous digital environment,” Ms. Horton said.  “We have built and are continuing to enhance a valuable parenting tool that leverages the power of digital technology to help parents efficiently communicate with their children, extended families and other families, as well as better manage interactions, activities and shared information.

The acquisition shows MamaBear’s commitment to growing their feature list in order to provide a comprehensive family safety and security mobile app.

More than ever, parents need a tool that enables them to connect and protect in the complex and rapidly growing world of technology. MamaBear aims to be the leading tool by supporting:

  • Smartphone and Telecommunication Protection: In the U.S., more than 27 million kids have smartphones and that number is expected to grow to 39 million within the next two years. Our technology helps protect the growing population of young kids with their own internet-enabled smartphones.
  • Social Media Reputation Management: Seventy-two percent of teens have a social network profile of some kind. Fifty percent of those do not have privacy settings enables, allowing anyone on the Internet to see their personal data and photos.  With MamaBear, parents can monitor and connect with their children through their profiles to be sure they are using the platforms appropriately and responsibly.
  • Secure Communication: Data sharing is important and necessary for parents, so MamaBear provides tools to connect in a secure and private setting.
  • GPS-Enabled Connectivity: Parents can give their children more independence while keeping peace of mind by using MamaBear’s GPS-enabled tools that show the location of their children at any given time.
  • Cyberbullying Protection: It is estimated that there are one million cybercrimes and cyberbullying victims per day across the world. We send parents notifications that can help them identify and stop cyberbullying at its early stages.

With the acquisition of KidNotice, MamaBear will continue on its mission to be the all-in-one app for parents looking to more efficiently communicate, locate, organize, and protect their children.

See it for yourself. Get started with MamaBear, The Ultimate Parenting App™ today by downloading the free app for your iPhones and Androids device.

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Best Apps for Moms in 2015

MamaBear’s Most Popular Posts in 2014

Parents Can’t Afford To Ignore Their Kids’ Social Media

Best Apps for Moms in 2015

Make it a more enjoyable, organized, and productive year with these top apps for moms.

Make it a more enjoyable, organized, and productive year with these top apps for moms.

1.WebMD

If parents had it their way, a real doctor would be living in their house to answer their questions about bumps, bruises, and ailments. WebMD is the doctor in your pocket. The health app has an easy to use “symptom checker” that helps parents identify potential conditions or issues, and it also includes physician-reviewed content on healthy living and first aid tips.

Free: Available on iTunes and Google Play

2. Shopkick

You already need to do a lot of shopping for your family, so why not get rewarded for it? This app that Oprah.com called “addictive,” shares the best deals near you and awards you points for visiting stores like Best Buy, Target, Macy’s and more. Points are then redeemable for gift cards.

Free: Available on iTunes and Google Play

3. Mint

With multiple accounts between you and your family, accurate budgeting can be difficult. But Mint makes it easy to view and organize all of your expenses. With the finance app, you can create a budget and track your spending, as well as set up bill reminders and view your investments and credit score.

Free: Available on iTunes and Google Play

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4. TeamSnap

An official partner of MamaBear and one of our favorites for staying on top of our kids’ team sports.  It truly is the best online sports team management application for coaches, managers and organizers. It offers players and parents mobile notifications and email reminders keeping us informed and organized.  Share it with your coaches as new sports seasons begin.

Free: Available for iTunes and Google Play

5. ChoreMonster

Finally a tool that make chores feel fun! Through ChoreMonster, you can assign chores to your child’s account. The chores show in their version of the app and are gamified for their amusement. When kids complete a chore, they earn points, rewards, and “monsters” from the app’s Monster Carnival game wheel.

Free: Available for iTunes and GooglePlay

Related: The Best Apps for Parents in 2014

 

6. Evernote

If you find yourself writing notes on scraps of papers that you later lose — Evernote is the app for you. With this productivity app, you can access all of your notes in one place even if you are different devices. The app enables you to save notes, to-do lists, travel reservations, receipts, and photos in your account accessible on mobile devices, tablets, and desktops. 

Free: Available for iTunes and Google Play

7. Nike Training Club

A personal trainer in your phone, the Nike Training Club app will help you stay in shape anytime, anywhere. The app includes complete fitness programs and 100 workouts by Nike Master Trainers that you can watch on your device or connect to view on your television. Plus, you don’t have to miss out on the support and camaraderie of a live trainer and gym team. The Nike Training Club app (which tracks your progress) offers tips and motivation from its team of trainers and your connected friends.

Free: Available on iTunes and Google Play

8. Allrecipes Dinner Spinner

Coming up dinner ideas is never a problem with Allrecipes Dinner Spinner. Over 30 million home cooks have contributed to its collection of recipes, food photos, ratings, and reviews. If you aren’t sure where to start, use the Dinner Spinner (iPhone only) to shake your phone and find new recipes. Or look through unique recipe collections and search by ingredients, cooking time, and dietary need. Save all your recipes in your online Allrecipes Recipe Box. 

Free: Available on iTunes and Google Play

9. Grocery iQ

Simplify your grocery shopping with Grocery iQ. Choose your favorite items from their database of millions of items then easily create and recreate shopping lists. Use the tool to find coupons on your favorite items, and sync the app with the rest of your family so they can add items to your list. 

Free: Available on iTunes and Google Play

10. MamaBear

Connect and protect your loved ones with our family safety app that shares important news about your child’s virtual and physical activities. With MamaBear, you can sync with your child’s social media accounts, receive notifications when they get new friends and followers, and view their sharing activity. The app also features one-click check-ins and GPS services so you can have peace of mind knowing your child’s location and status. 

Free: Available on iTunes and Google Play

Do you have any other apps you can’t live without in 2015? Share your favorites in the comments below.

MamaBear’s Most Popular Posts in 2014

MamaBear Most Popular 2014 Posts

2014 was the biggest year yet for kids and parents experiencing life in the digital world. To help parents navigate their families across all the challenges, MamaBear published dozens of articles for parents looking for online safety tips, teenage social media trends, and advice about digital parenting. Among all the great content, following are the 5 most popular posts our readers loved the most.

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1. MamaBear’s List of Apps Parents Should Ban

It may seem like an oxymoron, but in 2014, the big trend in social media apps was secrecy.

Multiple apps that allowed users to create anonymous accounts became popular with tweens and teens — which created a problem for parents.

The anonymity offered by apps like Whisper, Secret, Ask.fm and others put many youths at risk for being bullied, harassed, or approached by dangerous strangers. Parents used MamaBear’s List of Apps Parents Should Ban to get them in the know.

2. Top Five Messaging Apps for Tweens and Teens

The post gave parents a look at the popular apps kids are using to communicate with their friends (and possibly even strangers).

  1. WhatsApp Messenger
  2. Kik
  3. LINE
  4. SnapChat
  5. Viber

We heard a lot about SnapChat this year and most recently about a hack of third party SnapChat apps leading to hundreds of thousands of photos leaked online. We covered some highpoints about the media coined “Snappening.”

3. The Best Apps for Parents in 2014

Last year wasn’t all about apps for kids. Our MamaBear parents appreciated The Best Apps for Parents in 2014 throughout the year with helpful,  time-saving and fun apps that parents could enjoy.

  • iReward Chart
  • Evite
  • Cozi Family Organizer
  • Open Table
  • Fandango
  • Great Clips
  • Splice
  • Allrecipes Dinner Spinner
  • Fav Today
  • MamaBear

Looking for even more apps for parents? Stay tuned. MamaBear will be releasing the 2015 list of the best apps for moms in our next blog post.

4. Tips For Giving Your Child Their First Smartphone For the Holidays

Giving the responsibility of a cell phone to a child is a nerve-racking experience for most parents. So it’s no surprise that our post Tips For Giving Your Child Their First Smartphone For the Holidays was one of the year’s most popular.

The post explains how a cell phone for your child can be beneficial to both child and parent when the proper steps are followed. Read details of our recommended process to include:

  1. Setting Parental Controls
  2. Discussing Usage and Set Limits
  3. Reviewing Social Media Guidelines, Privacy, and Rules
  4. Creating Your Own Cell Phone Contract
  5. Installing an App that Connects and Protects

This article isn’t just a holiday read. It’s an excellent resource for parents who are about to give phones to their kids any time of the year.

5. Dangers of Talking to Strangers Online

Learning that nearly 60% of teens have received an email or instant message from a stranger online made the Dangers of Talking to Strangers Online an important topic for 2014.

Parents used the article to learn about a new list of chat apps and common chat slang that kids use to hide the meaning of their messages from their parents.

These are just a few of the family safety and digital parenting resources MamaBear created this year. We have way more where that came from!

Check out archived posts, look out for new ones, and download the MamaBear Family Safety App (available for both iPhones and Androids) so we can help make protecting and parenting your family easier in 2015.