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Esafely Protects Kids From Bad Online Contents

Esafely is a parental control application that can protect your kids from bad online contents. It is designed to work seamlessly with any of your web browser to provide complete online protection for kids by automatically filtering adult images (including pictures on Wikipedia), YouTube video that have been rated 18+ and bad language use in Facebook Chat as well as cleaning up search results.

It is available for Internet Explorer, Firefox, Chrome and Safari and easy to set up. Just go to Esafely website and install the add-on. No configuration or sign up is required, which means everything is automatic.

Keep in mind that it isn’t a complete parental control application. It works only with Facebook, YouTube, and Wikipedia. Also, it’ll redirect your search result page to However, it brings good result.

You can install the add-on from developer’s website here.


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