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Mobicip E-Newsletter: Announcing Mobicip for Android

SUREN on December 06, 2011

 
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In this issue...

  1. Mobicip for Android - Now Available in Beta
  2. Redesigned Website Launched
  3. Parents.com - Best Apps to Prevent Cyberbullying

 

Mobicip for Android - Now Available in Beta

Mobicip has helped tens of thousands of parents and schools to create a safe browsing environment on iOS-based mobile devices like the iPad for students and children to learn. We are happy to announce that Mobicip is now available for smartphone and tablets using the Google Android OS. This includes the Samsung Galaxy Tab, Google Nexus One, Amazon's Kindle Fire, among others.

Simply email us or contact us here to sign-up for the beta program. The Safe Browser for Android should be available on the Android Market soon!

Redesigned Website Launched

You may have noticed that the Mobicip website has been completely redesigned recently. The goal of the redesign was to make the site easier to navigate and make things easier to find. Take a look and let us know what you think!

The Web Monitor (the web-based application after login that allows you to configure your filtering, customize parental control settings, and monitor browsing activity remotely) is undergoing a revamp as well to make the application more usable and easy to setup.

Mobicip Time Limits Users - Please Setup Your Time Zone

If you have setup the Time Limits feature in your Mobicip account, please take a minute to login at Mobicip.com, select Settings > Time Limits, and setup your time zone.

This will ensure your time limits settings are based on the time zone you select and more importantly, account for daylight savings if applicable. If you do not select the time zone at this time, the time limits you had setup will continue to be applied, but potentially with a 1-hour offset due to the daylight savings time change. We apologize for any inconvenience this may have caused already.

Please follow the steps above, and review your time limits settings one more time to make sure you are all set.

At Mobicip, we are constantly listening to users and acting on their feedback. Please feel free to contact us here, via email or on the forum. Your voice is important to us, and it can help all of our users.

Sincerely
Mobicip Crew

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"In 2010 Mobicip was awarded the 2010 Parents' Choice Silver Honors Award for top mobile app for kids. It includes a wide array of parental controls, including category blocking, time limits, Internet activity reports, blocked phrases, and YouTube filtering."


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