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Mobicip E-Newsletter: Safe Browser 2.8.2 Update Now Available

SUREN on November 01, 2011

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In this issue...

  1. Safe Browser 2.8.2. Now Available
  2. FAQ Spotlight: How to Block Social Networking Sites
  3. Parents.com - Best Apps to Prevent Cyberbullying

Safe Browser 2.8.2 Now Available

We are happy to announce that Mobicip' Safe Browser 2.8.2 is now available for download from the App Store. If you have previously downloaded Mobicip, you can download the update for free by using the same iTunes account as before.

Version 2.8.2 is an important update as the following critical issues were addressed:

Launch the App Store and download the 2.8.2 update today!

FAQ Spotlight: How to Block Social Networking Sites Using Mobicip?

The easiest way to block social networking sites is by setting your filtering level at elementary school level. If you are a Premium subscriber, you can set the filtering level to middle or high school and still be able to filter social networking sites by customizing the categories allowed. Follow the step-by-step instructions in this FAQ and you will be all set.

Parents.com - Best Apps to Prevent Cyberbullying

Parents.com writer Linda DiProperzio shares ways to protect your child from unwanted bullies in cyberspace in the article: 'Best Apps and Products to Prevent Cyberbullying'.

DiProperzio lists Mobicip as one of the the tools that will guard your kid's online safety. She also lists NearParent app and other great apps. Read the article here.

If there are any issues or features you wish to highlight to us, please send a quick note to support@mobicip.com. We will continue to listen to your feedback and fix problems as best we can.

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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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