If you want to use a motion tracker, you can’t use a phone app.
But if you want a motion detector, you do have options.
The makers of the app Stop Motion Kids say their app can be used to turn off a child’s motion tracker without actually taking the device away from them.
The app is free and has more than 100,000 downloads.
The Stop Motion app is part of the $2.4 billion U.S. patent portfolio owned by Apple and Google, but it was first spotted by GeekWire.
You can find the app on Apple’s App Store and Google Play.
While you can find apps like Stop Motion on the web, most parents are going to want to get their kids’ devices off their parents’ lap first.
A lot of people don’t want to be forced to remove a motion sensor from their kid’s device, but the app’s creator says you can stop motion using a simple app.
“It’s very easy,” wrote Stop Motion Kid’s co-founder, Jason Gennaro, in a blog post.
“Just download Stop Motion and open it up in the app.”
The app comes with a quick-start guide, and you can even set the timer to stop when you want.
“We’re giving the app to your child right now to help them learn how to use this app and then help them decide if they want to take it away,” he wrote.
The instructions for the app come with a few disclaimers.
The program is designed to help kids learn, and it is not meant to replace any sort of professional help.
Also, it does not work on children under 12, and the app only works on devices running iOS 9 or newer.
You should be familiar with how to install apps and set the permissions on your devices.
If you’re new to the use of motion detection apps, check out this article for tips on setting up your kid’s apps.
The developer says the app will work on iOS devices running 10.5 and higher, and on devices with iOS 10.0 or higher.
“This app is designed for children and their parents,” he added.
It’s unclear how much longer the app is available, but you can download it for free from the app store.
This is just one of several apps that have recently been made available for children.
The new patent, which has been available since late February, also addresses the use cases of children using motion detectors to find objects in a sandbox.
This article was updated at 11:55 a.m.
PT to include a link to a TechCrunch article.