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Safe Browser 3.2 Update Available On App Store

SHAILA on February 05, 2013

Good news! Mobicip's Safe Browser 3.2 update is now on the iOS App Store. Unlock the App Store on your kids' iOS device and download the update.

Mobicip Safe Browser Screenshot

  • This version restores support for devices using iOS 4.x software. When we added support for the iPhone 5, the use of Apple's iOS 5 SDK automatically excluded older devices. Our dev team has worked hard to find a way to continue supporting older devices while also supporting the new retina display and iPhone 5 screen.
  • Another feature that has been a thorn in the flesh in the past is the 'Open in' feature for ePUB files. We managed to crack that issue as well. 'Open in' should now work seamlessly and without problems.
  • The app includes other minor bug fixes and usability improvements as well.

The update is free if you have downloaded it before. Download it now and let us know what you think. 

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