updated 12:45 am EDT, Fri June 27, 2008
Safe Eyes 3.0
InternetSafety.com on Thursday unveiled Safe Eyes 3.0 for Mac, its parental control software that allows users to limit children's access to inappropriate content on the internet. The new Mac version adds several new features from the Windows equivalent, such as time limits, instant message blocking, or restricting access to entire applications. InternetSafety.com is currently selling Safe Eyes 3.0 for a yearly fee of $50, and can be installed on up to three computers.
In addition to the migrated features, Safe Eyes 3.0 adds At-a-Glance Reports, offering parents a complete list of which websites were visited or attempted, and which programs were used. Safe Eyes now provides users with a Mac-inspired interface, and support for Mac OS X 10.5 Leopard.