More and more families are using kid friendly browsers to maximize their child’s safety on the internet and encourage their natural curiosity. Kid friendly browsers take children to age appropriate websites, suggest games and puzzles, and offer up content in vibrant colors and graphics. Here are a few of the best browsers for kids.
Buddy Browser has a number of attractive features. Parents will love the flexibility of the parental control and the Buddy Muncher which removes advertising from any website. In addition, Buddy Browser has safe kid-friendly videos similar to YouTube, flash games, social networking kid style, and Buddy points which encourage learning.
Kidzui also has dynamic parental controls that allow parents to customize web access to match the skills and maturity of each of their children. Kidzui features include games, email, social networking, and controlled instant messaging. One KidZui feature that parents love is the report feature that shows how long and where their child has been online.
For children with autism, this is the browser for them. Zac designers carved out a browser that presents games, searches, videos and other activities aimed at creating positive results for children with autism.
Computers and the internet are as integral to childhood as Legos and Little League. By choosing a kid-friendly browser, parents keep their children safe from objectionable content, advertisement saturation, and predatory strangers. At the same time, kid-friendly browsers nurture a child’s innate curiosity and promote learning in a colorful and engaging virtual playground.