FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
The Net Nanny Family of Online Safety Solutions supports Windows, Mac, Android, and iOS
SALT LAKE CITY, JUNE 13, 2013 – Net Nanny® today announced the availability of Net Nanny with support for Microsoft Windows 8, providing safe web browsing in real time and related parental controls for all Microsoft Windows users.
Available immediately, the new release now supports Microsoft Windows 8 and is the latest in the long line of award-winning parental controls solutions that protect kids from inappropriate online material and mobile apps. This new solution also comes bundled with additional protections and controls to help parents keep up with their child’s fast-paced online social life.
“For more than two decades, Net Nanny has protected kids wherever they access the Internet,” said Russ Warner, CEO. “Net Nanny continues to help prevent kids from viewing inappropriate materials online, to ensure a safe Internet surfing experience. This latest version of Net Nanny adds support for Windows 8 and includes a promotional license of Net Nanny Social for social network monitoring--because that’s where kids spend their time.”
Net Nanny for Windows provides the following core functions:
- Filters web content on any computer using Microsoft Windows 8, 7, Vista, and XP
- Masks profanity or vulgar words on web pages
- Enforces Google Safe Search
- Provides time controls to limit the time spent online
- Provides alerts and reports of a child’s online activities
- Gives parents a cloud-based tool to manage settings and review activities
Net Nanny for Windows provides trusted protection for kids and families. It enhances the family of world-class Net Nanny solutions that provides protection on the most popular PC and mobile platforms. Now available at www.NetNanny.com.
For a limited time, Net Nanny for Windows 8 customers will get a free license of Net Nanny Social ($19.99 value). Net Nanny Social helps parents monitor a child’s photos, friends, and posts on Facebook, Tumblr, Twitter, Pinterest, Instagram, Google+ and LinkedIn — regardless of how a child accesses those networks (i.e., smartphone, PC, tablet, etc.)
Net Nanny is the leading provider of Internet parental control solutions. Net Nanny’s mission is to protect kids and families on computers and mobile devices. www.netnanny.com