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Online Content Filtering Company Sees Increased Adoption by Family Groups

MOBICIPNEWS on August 11, 2010

Thousand Oaks, CA - Mobicip.com, the leading internet safety and parental control service for mobile devices like the iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad is getting more and more adoption by family friendly groups, associations and organizations due to the rise in mobile web usage by their constituents.  Smart families use Mobicip to help keep the quality of content intact while making mobile learning a safe, secure, family-friendly experience that everyone can enjoy. Mobicip.com’s mobile application software provides the most comprehensive online content filtering service to protect kids and teens’ mobile experience.

“As a father of two, I personally understand the concern families have about the quality of content their kids and teens may access on mobile devices” says Suren Rammasubu, founder and CEO of Mobicip.com.  “We created the most intelligent content filtering technology so parents could allow their kids to use popular sites like Google but be able to screen inappropriate content that is not family-friendly.  We are seeing more family-focused groups like PTAs, church groups, etc. recommend our service due to the comprehensive technology, ease of use and controls, which makes me a proud family man.”

Mobicip's service is being used by thousands of parents around the world, and by many school districts to enable safe mobile learning in and out of the classroom. Comal Independent School District Teacher, Ann Jeanette Patton, shares: “Had we not had a restricted internet service like Mobicip, I wouldn’t have allowed them (the mobile devices) in the room as a tool, because of the monitoring that would have had to have occurred and plus they couldn’t have taken them (iPod's) home. So, I very much (sic) strongly affirm that Mobicip is an integral part of this process."

“The Mobicip Safe Browser's intuitive design is easy-to-use. It looks almost identical to the preferred Safari browser resident on many Apple products, says Teresa DiFalco, a reviewer for Parents’ Choice.” “Searches on inappropriate content produce a simple ‘access is denied’ message and a link to the Mobicip website where a parent or administrator can, if they desire, change the filtering level. There are three age-appropriate levels: elementary, middle school, and high school.”

Mobicip’s Safe Browser app for kids and teens is available on the iPhone App Store, and the service is available at www.mobicip.com.

About Mobicip’s Online Content Filtering for Family-Friendly Mobile Use
Mobicip is the most powerful Internet filtering and parental control software designed specifically to work with mobile devices.  Parents, educators and family friendly groups use Mobicip’s custom web filtering so kids and teens can use the internet safely, securely and specific to their age, interests and parent/educator requirements.  The Safe Browser iPhone app is the most popular parental control app on the iPhone App store.  Kids are mobile – parents use Mobicip to ensure their mobile kids are safely using their mobile devices, even without supervision.  Learn more about Mobicip at www.Mobicip.com.

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