New Web Browser Helps Parents Guide & Supervise Children’s Internet Usage
Rockford, IL. April 16, 2012 – With the latest research by the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children indicating that one in seven pre-teen and teen Internet users have received a sexual solicitation online. Many concerned parents are turning to content-control software to protect their children. Now, a new browser called Kid-Friendly is offering parents a high level of control over their children’s Internet usage while providing kids an easy-to-use way to surf the Web.
Unlike many other types of content-control software programs, which block websites based on pre-set blacklists and keyword triggers, Kid-Friendly allows parents to decide what their children will be allowed to see from the beginning. Kid-Friendly can block websites that link within an approved web site, most advertisements, and set session limits for daily internet usage. Additionally, while some content-control software programs are easy for savvy kids to break out of, Kid-Friendly runs in kiosk mode, making it difficult to circumvent. Finally, with its simple, customizable layouts and colorful homepages; Kid-Friendly is easy for children to get accustomed to.
“Long gone are the days where you had to stand over your child while they browsed the Internet,” said a company spokesperson. “Through our Kid-Friendly web browser software, your child will gain a sense of independence by having their own icon that allows him or her to access the Internet without the assistance of a parent. You, the parent, will also gain a sense of relief in knowing that you are giving the gift of Internet safety to your child.”
For more information about the Kid-Friendly web browser, please e-mail Savvy Brands 4 U at contact@kid-