Freeverse Shipping New Child Based Internet Utility

Freeverse Software is now shipping BumperCar for Mac users. BumperCar is Web browser for parents designed to limit inappropriate Internet site viewing and information exchange. The app features elevated security settings and support for Internet usage time limits. According to Freeverse Software:

Freeverse Software today announced that BumperCar has begun shipping to retail outlets in North America.

Designed to be both fun for kids and reassuring for parents and teachers, BumperCar filters objectionable web content, limits the sharing of personal information, (such as a childis address or phone number), and offers unprecedented parental controls.

Recipient of a coveted MacWorld "Best of Show" award, BumperCar is the single best tool to help manage your childis web experience. BumperCar offers simple "Low", "Medium" and "High" safety settings, as well as the ability to customize all of its features in detail. BumperCar filters profanity, forces Google to use a "Safe Search" mode, allows you to specify the hours your child can spend online and offers special School, Home and PreSchool modes.

You can find more information about the BumperCar release at the Freeverse Software Web site. BumperCar is available for US$49.95.

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