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Mobicip Newsletter Nov'09: Bringing Parents Closer to Their Kids' iLives

ANITHA on November 23, 2009

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Bringing parents closer to their kids' iLives. 

We often help parents setup restrictions on the iPhone or iPod Touch, and end up chatting about the challenges involved in raising tech-savvy children. As parents of pre-teen children ourselves, we completely understand their point of view. More often than not, it is the son or daughter who shows the parent that the devices are not only uber-cool, but can be configured to be safe. The Safari-like browsing offered by Mobicip draws the younger generation to us, no doubt. As for parents, the assurance of safe browsing, ability to create a customized filter, and detailed activity reports convince them that anytime anywhere Internet on the coolest pocket computer ever can be safe after all.  

At Mobicip.com, we are just happy that we created something meaningful that brings parents closer to their children. 

Custom Filtering and Activity Reports

Custom filtering and activity reports are part of the optional Premium subscription. Enterprise-quality filtering has never been so affordable to parents and families. To upgrade, simply login at Mobicip.com and click Upgrade Now.

Mobicip Safe Browser Update

The latest update of Mobicip's Safe Browser is now available for download from the iPhone App Store. The update features

  • A new teen-friendly icon and pleasing design aesthetics
  • Tabbed browsing that looks and works exactly like Safari Mobile
  • Strictly enforced SafeSearch on search engines
  • Copy & paste support
  • Ability to save images from browser
  • Persistent cookies
  • Blazing performance next only to Safari

Yes, the update is absolutely FREE!

Thousands of Mobicip users have downloaded the update and you can see their enthusiastic reviews on the App Store. Try the update and let us know how you like it! If you could submit your own rating or review, it will be much appreciated. 

Sincerely
Mobicip.com Crew

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