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What's Cooking at Mobicip

SUREN on March 28, 2015

Regular users of Mobicip know that our biggest goal is to make life easy for you as a parent while allowing your kids to experience the wonders of the Internet safely. That is why we constantly churn out new features, updates and platforms over time as the technology evolves. Here's a behind-the-scenes look at some goodies being cooked.

Dashboard

Get a quick overview of your account, from Reports to Apps to Access Requests, at a glance when you login at mobicip.com.
 
You can always dig in for more details, but the helicopter view helps! Doesn't it?
Parental Controls Dashboard

Monitor App for Android

Review your kids' browsing history and make changes conveniently from your own Android smartphone or tablet. The iOS version has been immensely popular, and we hope the Android version is just as handy and useful.

Monitor app for Android

New Notifications

Get notified, and take action, when your kids install a new app or request access to a blocked page or content, via the Monitor app.

New notifications for apps and requests

Mac Parental Controls

We hear you! With Apple growing to be the 3rd largest PC-seller, its about time to add Mobicip's best-in-class parental controls to Mac OS X.

Mobicip for Mac

Windows Parental Controls

Look out for revamped edition of Mobicip for Windows that works efficiently, has a slick new UI, and blends in seamlessly with AV programs that you already have in place.

Mobicip for Windows

There is more where these cool new features are coming from. We are constantly adding more tools to help foster a healthy partnership between parents and kids as they navigate the new technology landscape together. Stay tuned!

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