MASHABLE - Apr 29 - TeenSafe, a phone-monitoring web program for parents who want to know what their kids are doing online, includes now the ability to monitor Tinder activity. Parents can now see if their kid has installed Tinder, their profile, who they've matched with, liked, super liked and skipped. Parents can also see any conversations their child has with other users. Tinder allows users aged 13-17 to sign up and use it. This demographic makes ~7% of Tinder users, and this group can only match with other users in the same age range. But an underage users can lie about their age and match with older people. TeenSafe has been around since 2011, where it began as the first phone-monitoring program that worked with iPhones.