Get Free “Safe Browsing for iPad with Parental Controls” on Apple Store


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MetaCert is the world’s #1 developer of safe browser technology with parental controls. MetaCert’s products are feature-rich and reliable like Safari, Chrome and Firefox. MetaCert is the Industry authority in Internet safety technology and is responsible for creating the Internet standard for classifying adult content. MetaCert blocks more adult content than McAfee, Norton and Kaspersky combined. And our browser doesn’t block innocent websites either.


– Removes pornography from search results
– Blocks 700+ million pages of pornography
– Thousands of new pages added daily
– Porn filtered from image and video search
– Fully customizable block list
– Monitor Internet usage of your family
– Protect your own history with a password
– Protection on Dailymotion
– Protection on YouTube
– Protection on Facebook

Browser Features:

– Tabs
– Beautifully designed bookmark shelves
– Integrated search and URL bar for simplicity
– Print
– Cut and Paste
– Pinch and Zoom
– Pop-up Blocking
– Private Mode
– Change Default Search Engine
– Twitter Integration
– Facebook Integration
– Share webpages via email

MetaCert automatically removes hundreds of millions of images and videos from Google images and video search, as well as all other main search engines.

When the safe browser settings is set to ‘extra strong’, the browser will automatically enforce ‘Age Gate’ on Dailymotion and automatically enforce ‘Safe Settings’ on YouTube. MetaCert’s porn filter automatically blocks access to individual pages that contain sexually explicit keywords.

Your history is protected with a password. Members of your family will never know what your browsing preferences are as your history is locked behind a secure password that only you have access to. You can monitor what they’re searching for as they are unable to delete their own history.

Important: All the freebies mentioned here are free at the time of publishing this article. It may, you see some price tag instead of “Free” when visiting the store which means the product is no longer available as “Free”. Not being free and you buy or download it, you may be charged with the price of the product. Please, also be aware that some apps may have in-app-purchases options.


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