While many schools are starting Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) Initiatives to further classroom education via technology, mobile Internet safety service Mobicip.com reinforces the need to ensure child safety.
Now that you have signed up for a Premium subscription, follow the step-by-step instructions below, to customize your child’s Internet using Mobicip Premium! 1. Go to www.mobicip.com 2. At the top right-hand corner there will be a login prompt. Enter the email address and password you used to setup your Mobicip account.
I have recently installed v1.1.2 and can no longer get to sites that require https://. For example, I can get to the News section in Google, but I cannot sign in or get to Gmail (i.e., something requiring https://). I have turned the Mobicip filter on/off to determine if the issue presents only when the filter is on. That appears to be the case: with the filter off -- i.e., not applied to a specific user -- that user can go to https://www.google.com/mail; when the filter is on for that same user, the page never renders.
FlipBook Lite, created by Josh Anon, tells a story by putting individual frames in motion. Frames are created with personal drawings or inserted photos and then played back to display an animated story. This app takes the paper and pencil flipbook animation and makes it digital.
My question is -- how can I see the specific you tube videos my son is viewing through the history page here? All I can see is a link to a main you tube page with suggested videos, not the specific video he was viewing.
My problem is -- I have controls on you tube set to "elementary age" and this evening he was watching/listening to an Ememim video "Bad Meets Evil." I do NOT want him to be able to listen to music like this!!
Rocket Math has you thinking about physics while you answer math questions. First, is the building of a rocket ship by adding engines, fins, boosters, etc to the ship of your choice. Once the rocket is built it is launched into the air. The higher the rocket flies the more time there is to complete the math mission before it comes crashing to the ground. The catch is that you have to “pay” for rocket parts. You are given a $100 to start with, but there is a fee for each part added to the rocket ship.
I wonder if you would be so kind as to provide a way to download the Windows 7 Mobicip update (v1.1.2) from the Mobicip website. The automatic update on my machine just spins -- that is, the file begins to download but never progresses. I finally have to kill the task -- after some 10 minutes or so. Thanks.