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Safe Eyes Mobile controls internet access on iPhone

updated 11:05 am EST, Wed January 7, 2009

Safe Eyes Mobile

InternetSafety.com has announced the mobile version of its Safe Eyes for the iPhone and iPod touch. Originally created for the Mac and PC, Safe Eyes Mobile is filtering software that enables iPhone/iPod touch users to control what content can and cannot be viewed while surfing the web. Working as its own browser, the program contains many features found in Safari including multiple page capabilities, bookmarks, and zoom capabilities. Using the company's web-based interface, owners can simply log into a password-protected account to change any desired settings or block specific categories for different users.

While the software will be showcased at the Expo, the company has yet to provide a release date.




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