Exercise Parental Control With An Update For Kids GoGoGo

MAKI Enterprises has released an update for Kids GoGoGo, bringing it to version 7.8.0. Kids GoGoGo is a parental control app designed to limit inappropriate site viewing for children. The app has an extensive database to pull from as well as the ability to recognize unknown adult sites by analogy. The update features several enhancements including an improved dictionary and bug fixes. According to MAKI Enterprises:

MAKI Enterprise releases parental control program Kids GoGoGo 7.7.0 for Mac OS Classic and MacOS X.

Kids GoGoGo prohibits use or browsing of adult-only contents on the internet. Web filtration for home, school, public space and office. Non-expense and Administration or maintenance costs nothing.

KidsGoGoGo now suport the surveillance "Screen log." The Screen log doesnit slow down the other applications. It works like a VCR and uses MPEG-4 codec for smallest data size.

Changes in Kids GoGoGo 7.8.0:

  • Support the Screen log. (OSX only)
  • Improve handling Safari cache. (OSX only
  • Add Japanese Adult Finder/Pair matching sites by the law change
  • Improve the dictionary
  • Fix the bug for password backup
  • Fix serial failed after dictionary download.

You can find more information about the Kids GoGoGo update at the MAKI Enterprises Web site. Kids GoGoGo 7.8.0 is free for registered users, while the full version is available for US$30.00.

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