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Mobicip Newsletter: Top Mobile App Award, Windows 7 Beta, iOS4 Upgrade & More

SUREN on July 07, 2010

Top Mobile App Award from Parents Choice Foundation

We are proud to announce that Mobicip has received the prestigious 2010 Parents’ Choice Silver Honors Award. Parents’ Choice has been reviewing and recommending quality children’s media for more than 32 years. Click here to learn more.

Mobicip for Windows 7

We are constantly asked by parents and schools if Mobicip has a Windows edition that will offer the same protection for young users on netbook, laptop and desktop computers. We have worked hard to develop a solution for PCs in response to such requests. We are excited to announce that Mobicip for Windows 7 will be available in the next few weeks.

At this time, we are seeking beta users who can try Mobicip on Windows 7 and give us feedback. There is no cost to participate in the beta program. Our iPhone and iPod Touch solution was built on the able support from thousands of parents like you. We only expect similar feedback and support as we roll out Mobicip on Windows. To participate in the beta, simply express your interest via email or through the contact form.

Safe Browser Update for iOS4

As you know, Apple has released iOS4 for the iPhone and iPod Touch. Unlike previous versions, there is no charge for iPod Touch users to upgrade. Visit the Apple website to upgrade today . We are excited to announce that Mobicip's Safe Browser app has been updated to take advantage of iOS4 features. Update your app now from the App Store.

New: How-to Videos
Check out the new videos on Mobicip's YouTube channel and share it with your friends and family.

FAQ Spotlight: Can my child work around Mobicip's protection?
This is the single most common question we are asked by our Premium users. There could be a myriad of reasons for this, but you are right in suspect the lack of activity. Please see Mobicip's June newsletter where we have described the possible reasons and actions you can take.

If there are other issues or features you want 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.

Sincerely
Mobicip.com Crew

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