Pornography, Inappropriate content, Violence, Offensive content, and Threatening behaviors
WebProtectMe filters all pornography, so you don't have to.
There is content online which is inappropriate for certain ages. WebProtectMe allows you to filter content you consider inappropriate for your family.
WebProtectMe filters violence from your browsing experience, including YouTube.
WebProtectMe does not allow hate speech, racism, sexist pages or other offensive content to make it to your browser.
WebProtectMe takes mental health very seriously, and that is why we are dedicated to preventing Self Harm websites, forums and hashtags from being accessed. Your health is important to us, and we are making sure you have a safe space online.
'Customizable and plenty of options. Plenty and frequent updates for the new iPhones, iOS, etc. Good interface and a VERY responsive developer for an app/browser that helps everyone navigate that line between security/safety and access. Recommended.'
'Excellent safe browser! Protection features far better than others I've tried. Regular updates with new capabilities at no additional charge. I like the ability to customize protection per each family member's preferences. The Guardian Reporting option is the easiest to use. Much better than all the other report systems I've tried. Graphical display gives quick, clear insight into all web search and sites attempted, blocked, or connected to. Highly recommending it! Outstanding performance and still easy to use. Better than all the others!'
'I love the fact that WebProtectMe blocks all inappropriate sites. Having it, and disabling other browsers, allows me to keep myself accountable in regards to living safely, and purely.'
'WebProtectMe is a great way to add a safety net to your child's internet experience, while still giving them the freedom to explore the opportunities available through technology.'
'As parents we have to be diligent about what are kids are exposed to online. Thankfully WebProtectMe Safe Browser is here to help make sure our kids only experience the good side of the internet.'