Safe iOS web surfing for kids
Posted on 05 March 2013.
Net Nanny for iOS brings safe web browsing and surfing for kids of all ages to iPod Touch, iPhone and iPad using iOS 5.0 or later.


Available from the App Store for $4.99, Net Nanny for iOS is a customizable safe Internet browser with built-in Internet filters and is designed to replace the Safari browser to help protect kids from viewing unsuitable online material.

With Net Nanny iOS, parents can choose between three safety settings:

High to block pornography, nudity, death, gore, abortion, mature, lingerie, swimsuits and mask profanity.

Medium to block pornography and nudity and to warn of content related to death, gore, abortion, mature, lingerie, swimsuits and masks profanity.

Low to block pornography and nudity.

Net Nanny for iOS has the following features:
  • Filters web content
  • Provides profanity masking
  • Provides safe search enforcement
  • Protects on Wi-Fi, 3G/4G networks
  • Traditional browser settings (replaces Safari).





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