After last week’s assault on the US Capitol, Google suspended all political ads to avoid stirring more violence, said the company’s spokesman on Wednesday. Read More
Google Chrome will soon be running an experiment that will automatically attempt to connect to the HTTPS versions of website URLs that you enter in the address bar instead of the insecure HTTP version. Read More
There are plenty of web browsers available on the Play Store for Google Pixel 4. Most often people prefer to have a simple web browser that will show the search results instantly while some prefer to have a feature rich browser that lets them do multiple tasks. If you are finding it tough to decide the right web browser for Pixel 4, here’s our list that has been curated precisely for you: Read More
Reliance Jio has been on the forefront of the telecom services in India since the past year with cheaper plans that suits the masses compared to Vodafone and Airtel. Also, with the Jio phone on offer, calling and data services have become very much affordable in the country. Also, multiple services are available on the My Jio App for media and entertainment for free. Now, Jio has gone ahead and launched its very own browser called “Jio Browser”. Read More
In this age of information technology, kids around the world rely a lot on the Internet for their day-to-day activities. As a parent, you must be quite anxious about their safety online, as the chances of kids getting trapped by cyber bullies, revealing their personal identity or becoming distracted/misled by age-inappropriate content are high. Qustodio is a new browser that allows kids to surf the Web in a safe and secure environment.
Once you install the app in all the devices your kids use, you need to set Qustodio as the default browser to give it complete control over your children’s online activities. After you create your account, you can assign suitable avatars for your kids to have a separate profile for each of them. With a single Qustodio account you can connect to and monitor all your kids’ devices such as the PC, tablet, laptop and smartphone.
Qustodio is an all-in-one cyber safety tool to help parents keep their kids safe online. Using this app you can monitor and track all activities such as the websites viewed, search histories, keywords used in searches and a lot more. If you feel that your kids are spending too much of time on a particular website, you can set time limits for that particular website. You can select a specific category and block all websites under that particular category. At times when kids are unintentionally taken to blocked sites, Qustodio Safe Browser denies them access and keeps you informed through alerts.
Qustodio Safe Browser has highly customizable options. With this app you set different time schedules for Internet usage of each of your kids. With an Internet enabled device you can access, manage and monitor your Qustodio account from any part of the globe. The browser’s homepage provides you with detailed reports of each of your kids’ Internet usage. The reports are presented in the form of charts and graphs. The browser alerts you if something has to be brought to your notice.
Qustodio Safe Browser is available in free and premium versions. By installing the free version you can connect the browser to two devices and observe two users for three days. With the premium versions you can monitor many users and connect to more devices for unlimited services. The premium versions are available for $44.95 and $79.95.
These days, kids are very sensitive about parents intruding into the privacy of their online activities. What I like the most about this app is that it allows me to monitor my kids’ activities without infringing into their privacy.
With Qustodio Safe Browser parents can heave a sigh of relief, knowing that their kids are in a safe environment. You can download it from here.
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At Mozilla’s Product Design Strategy event, the open-source giant revealed a prototype of Firefox for iPad. Alex Limi and Trond Werner Hansen were the two designers that showed off Junior, a web browser from Mozilla that is meant to serve the purpose of Firefox on iPad, but does not appear to be like Firefox in any way. Limi said that Safari on iPad is “a pretty miserable experience” and that with Junior, the team will “throw out everything we know about browsers so far” to “reinvent the browser for a new form factor”. Read More
To prove how secure Chrome is, Google is giving away a million dollars to people who can hack Google Chrome at the upcoming PWN2OWN hacking contest which takes place at the CanSecWest security conference in Vancouver next week. Read More
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DevDialogue returns! In this exciting interview, we have been able to have a chat with Digital Poke, the developers of the popular 360 Web Browser App. We discuss marketing strategies, competition in the App Store and the making of the incredible browser from Digital Poke. This exclusive interview gives you a behind the scenes developmental picture. Read More