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Mobicip E-Newsletter: Mobicip Safe Browser For Android On Google Play Store

SUREN on May 11, 2012

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In this issue...

  1. Mobicip for Android on Google Play Store
  2. Mobicip for Kindle Fire - Beta
  3. Safe Internet for the Post-PC Era 
Mobicip for Android on Google Play Store

Good news! Mobicip Safe Browser for Android is now available on the Google Play store. Parents and administrators can create a safe internet on Android by installing the Safe Browser and using the App Restrictions feature (Menu > More > Settings > App Restrictions) to lock the default browser and other internet-enabled apps on the device.

Follow the steps in this article - "How to Setup Parental Controls on Android" - to download and setup the Safe Browser on your Android smartphone or tablet. Alternatively, watch this video tutorial on YouTube to get setup. Kindle Fire users, read on below.

If you have the Mobicip for Android beta version installed, it will stop working automatically in a few days. You should delete it and download the official version from the Google Play store

Mobicip for Kindle Fire - Beta

Mobicip's Safe Browser is not on the Kindle Fire's App Store yet. Apparently, Amazon takes a while to review and approve apps for the Kindle Fire. The beta, however, has been an huge hit among parents and administrators. For now, simply follow the instructions in this tutorial to "sideload" Mobicip on your Kindle Fire.

Safe Internet for the Post-PC Era

The typical household today has a mix of mobile devices. These internet-enabled devices are not only increasingly personal, but they can also be used anywhere on any WiFi network. Mobicip makes it easy to create a safe internet on such a heterogenous mix of mobile devices. Check out these tutorials for iPhoneiPod touchiPad,Android, and Windows 7 to create a safe and secure internet and manage it using your Mobicip account.

At Mobicip, we are constantly listening to users and acting on their feedback. Please feel free to contact us, 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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