Lets face it. Parents are all for making sure their kids are safe. They install the baby monitors, teach their kids to look both ways before crossing the street, and double check to make sure those helmets are snug on top of those little heads.
There is a whole new generation of techie parents trying to figure out how to keep kids safe while behaving online. Toddles are able to watch youtube on a smart phone while their parents are out of the room. Bigger kids are now owning their own phones and socializing on social media.
Kids Email is an email service just for kids. Its the answer for any parent who wants to keep children involved with online interaction, but in a safer environment. Here are 5 reasons why parents appreciate Kids Email.
- Kids Email offers an ideal place for younger children to learn how to use an email service. With being very user friendly, kids can easily send and receive emails without any difficulty.
- Kids Email can be catered to each individual child’s needs. If there is 1 child or 5, Kids Email can be as strict or lenient according to each individual child in the home. And with several templates to choose from, each kid can design their own look and feel for their account.
- With very easy enabling/disabling features, parents can approve or deny images, attachments,links, video, language, etc. offering piece of mind- knowing that the child is only receiving safe messages.
- A parent can approve or deny any email sent to the child via the mail queue and email a copy of incoming and outgoing messages to their parents. And with time restrictions and a grounding feature, Kids Email can only be used during approved times.
- With a great Android app, Kids Email is portable and fun. In the app there is a drawing pad and a camera, so the child can send personal hand written messages or pictures to approved recipients. The app also has a tracking device- allowing parents to check where the child has been and is currently. Parents have the ability to manage the contact list through the contact manager and block individual senders.