A Safer Internet For Kids Down Under Award Winning Mobile Internet Filter Announces Australia Coverage
MELBOURNE, Australia, Feb. 6, 2013 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Mobicip (www.mobicip.com), the #1 parental control and internet safety solution for mobile devices like the iPhone and iPad, today announced the availability of its service for families and schools in Australia.
Mobile internet-enabled devices are increasingly being used in large numbers in schools and homes today by the youngest of users. Mobicip offers a parental control solution in the form a Safe Browser app for iOS devices like the iPhone, iPod touch, iPad and iPad mini, and Android devices like Google Nexus 7, Kindle Fire, and Nook, among others. Parents can optionally upgrade to the Premium Web Monitor service, a web-based application used to customize the internet filter and monitor browsing history remotely without touching the device.
The browser relies on an advanced content filtering engine in the cloud, always connecting to the closest servers for any given location. "Our user base in Australia has grown by leaps and bounds, and it is only natural for us to establish a dedicated presence here," says Suren Ramasubbu, co-founder and CEO of Mobicip. "Schools and families will appreciate the speed and responsiveness of the service in all its glory. It is our token of thanks for their support, in no small measure."
Visit www.mobicip.com to create a safe internet for your family today on your favorite mobile internet devices.
Mobicip is the most popular parental control and internet filtering solution on the Apple App Store. The best-selling Mobicip Safe Browser app has been consistently rated among top paid apps, downloaded and used by hundreds of thousands of parents and several schools and school districts in the US, and recently was awarded the Tech & Learning magazine's Award of Excellence. In addition to iOS devices, Mobicip offers the same protection and single-point control on Android devices and Windows laptops. Learn more at www.mobicip.com.