Just in Time for Back To School — Safe Browsing for Kids

I am a parent of an 11 year old daughter. She uses the internet for school work and her own curiosity. Usually when she does a search on the internet, I am looking over her shoulder, particularly with YouTube. I have done searches on YouTube for work and didn’t like some of the results that came to view – not for kids. With ZUI.com, I don’t have to worry.

KidZui, a developer of an award-winning internet browser for kids, released its latest product for kids. A website called ZUI.com that allows kids to search and explore in excess of 5 million parent and teacher approved websites. The search engine includes popular sites like YouTube videos, games, images and you name it.

I am a parent of an 11 year old daughter. She uses the internet for school work and her own curiosity. Usually when she does a search on the internet, I am looking over her shoulder, particularly with YouTube. I have done searches on YouTube for work and didn’t like some of the results that came to view – not for kids. With ZUI.com, I don’t have to worry.

KidZui promotes ZUI.com as a “search and exploration engine for kids ranging from 3 to 12 years of age,” enabling kids to share their experience with their parents via Facebook. The sharing is done through a “unique ability to utilize the social graph provided by Facebook.”

“ZUI.com has created a Google-like experience for kids, with a unique ability to connect kids and their parents,” said Cliff Boro, CEO and Founder of ZUI.com parent company KidZui. “We founded KidZui with a passion to make the Internet big, fun and safe for kids – and to empower children’s natural curiosity. “

You can browse the site with your mobile device as well; but ZUI.com does not replace the KidZui browser. It is only an extension of the browser. The site is free and is supported by brand advertising.