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Mobicip E-Newsletter: Vote for Mobicip - About.com Reader's Choice Awards

SUREN on March 02, 2012

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In this issue...

  1. Vote for Mobicip - About.com Reader's Choice Awards
  2. New-Look Website and Web Monitor
  3. Mobicip for Android & Kindle Fire

 

Vote for Mobicip - About.com Reader's Choice Awards

A quick plug before we get down to business! For the 3rd straight year, Mobicip's Safe Browser is a finalist in the About.com Reader's Choice Awards for the best iPhone & iPod touch browser. When you get a second, please go here and vote for Mobicip. Word of mouth means everything to us and the Mobicip crew appreciates your help.

New-Look Website and Web Monitor

You may have noticed that the Mobicip website has been completely redesigned. The goal of the redesign was to make the site easier to navigate and make it more intuitive and user-friendly. The Web Monitor has been completely revamped as well and you should have a more seamless experience now. Take a look and let us know what you think!

Mobicip for Android & Kindle Fire

Mobicip for Android was launched as a beta in late December. It has been an huge hit among parents and schools, especially on Amazon's Kindle Fire. We are happy to announce that Mobicip will be available for purchase and download from the Android Market very soon. 

Meanwhile, if you are an existing Mobicip user, simply follow the instructions in this tutorial to setup Mobicip on your Android device right away. If you are not a current Mobicip user and are interested in trying the beta as a free trial, visit the Mobicip for Android page and click Get Started. 

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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