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Ok. I Have Enabled the Mobicip Safe Browser. How do I Block Private or No-History Browsers Available on the App Store?

SUREN on October 16, 2009

Even if you have only disabled Safari and enabled Mobicip, it may not be enough. The App Store has several browsers today, some of which offer features like private browsing or browsing without showing the history. How can you protect your child from circumventing Mobicip using one of the alternative browsers?

If you have followed our tutorial to setup parental control restrictions on the iPhone or iPod Touch, you are likely to have set it up correctly. For good measure, Check out  this FAQ that we just added after a user posed this question to us.

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