My son and daughter have an iPod Touch, but I have not activated the
WiFi feature because there are no parental controls available, and up
until now, no filtering apps available. In addition, an iPhone for
either is totally out of the question due to the filtering problem.
Well, InternetSafety will be solving that problem soon when their
SafeEyes app is released in the iTunes store. It will also integrate
with their SafeEyes Home software app. $20 – look for it any day now.
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