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KidZui: Worry-Free Internet Browsing for Kids

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The Internet is a scary place. As parents, it is our job to protect our children from all of the dangers lurking out there in cyberspace. But that's a difficult task, given our Web-obsessed culture and our kids' easy access to computers and other Web-enabled devices.

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To the rescue: KidZui, a kid-friendly Internet browsing application that makes surfing the Web both fun and safe for children. Designed for kids aged 3 through 12, the application provides millions of kid-friendly websites that are preapproved by hundreds of teachers and parents. It includes 8,600 related categories for maximized search functionality and learning.

For example, when kids initiate a search for "dinosaurs," they will be one click away from learning about other prehistoric animals -- and ultimately, an entire "science" category. KidZui is designed to closely mirror a traditional Web-browsing experience. Think of it as training wheels for the real world. To further instill a sense of security, parents can register to receive free parental controls and weekly e-mail reports about what their children are viewing online, allowing them to effectively monitor activity and stay in touch with their child's evolving interests.

Want to download a copy of KidZui K2, the latest version of the award-winning Web browser? Visit KidZui.com.


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3 comments so far | Post a comment now
Jaclyn Patel November 28, 2010, 7:28 AM

On that note check out www.thesantaslist.com
It is great family oriented website. Most importantly kids fill out their wishlist to Santa and the parents receive a gift registry version of the list to pass to friends and family.

Xrumer II December 29, 2010, 6:40 PM

By any chance is your real name Kyle?

yusuf December 29, 2010, 10:44 PM

very useful information thank you. i will download this free computer software
KidZui


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