Setup the Android device one time. Then go online or use the Monitor app to select age-appropriate settings and time limits, manage the Internet and apps, and allow override requests.
Get notified and respond to override requests from the Monitor app on your paired Apple Watch!TRY IT NOW!
Mobicip’s Safe Browser for Kindle Fire is a powerful and full-featured alternative to the default browser. Download and setup the Safe Browser app on your child’s Kindle Fire. Once installed, the Safe Browser automatically locks other browsers, the App Store and the Play Store
On the Kindle Fire, the Safe Browser is a best-in-class browser that is based on the Mozilla Foundation’s Firefox browser for Android. All standard browser functions are fully supported and the browser can also be setup as the default browser on the device.DOWNLOAD
Wouldn’t it be handy if you can easily manage the rules and interact with your kids via an app on your phone?
The Monitor is a companion app for parents to select age-appropriate rules, receive notifications upon blocked activity or new app installs, receive and accept/reject override requests, and review the browsing history. All of this conveniently on your own personal iOS device such as an iPhone or iPad or iPod touch or an Android device such as the Google Nexus or Samsung Galaxy phone.
Install the Monitor app extension for the Apple Watch. Receive notifications when content is block or override is requested. Open the app to review any pending requests and approve
Have a virtual conversation with your kids. When content is blocked, and they disagree, an access request can be submitted. You will receive an email and app notification, and you can quickly allow or reject the request. As simple as that.
Yes, that is right. There is way more where this is coming from. Head on over to check out the full list of parental controls features offered by Mobicip.MORE
To this day, a safe browser remains the best way to offer a safe Internet, without any workarounds, on Android. If anyone is telling you otherwise, go ahead and try what they recommend. More than likely, you will find a workaround within a few minutes.
On the Kindle Fire, real device-wide filtering is possible only by making kernel-level changes. While we attempted that, it is easier said than done as almost all Android variations are locked down by Google or the OEM and third-party developers are not allowed to make changes to it.
This is a one-size-fits-all approach where you can only allow or block domains. For e.g. most of your kids’ Googling is benign, but the odd one returns questionable stuff. Filtering the internet of today requires a dynamic filter that does deep packet inspection, like Mobicip.
No, App Monitoring is supported only on iOS and Android devices at this time.
The only way to workaround Mobicip’s parental controls on Kindle Fire is to jailbreak the device. This is not an easy task, it voids the manufacturer’s warranty, and leads to unintended consequences.