Filter for Iphone
By bendigo89
8/26/2012 4:00:20 PM
Looking for a good filter for an Iphone. Any suggestions?


there are no Safari filters that i'm aware of    
"Apple is pretty strict on what apps can monitor on other apps. BUT, in settings you can go to restriction and disable Safari (and YouTube and what ever else you need to) and then download another web browser that has a filter built into it. The K9 app has worked great on my iPad so far. Also remember to set an age restriction on your Apps Store (or disable that too) so as to prevent the down load of another web browser that does NOT have a filter built into it. I've found that to work perfectly well and the work arounds (at least that i'm aware of) are annoying, time consuming, and over all just not worth it...that ought to give ya plenty of time to call your sponsor :)

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It's free too"
posted at 17:52:31 on August 26, 2012 by They_Speak
"Thanks for this info... I have also heard that Ranger Pro is a better app to use other than K9. I've been told it's a lot faster. Just an FYI"
posted at 21:54:49 on August 26, 2012 by siouxsie
one more question    
"Can K9 restrict specific sites? I couldn't see that it does for Iphones. I know that I can on my PC."
posted at 23:20:51 on August 26, 2012 by Anonymous
"This is one I've heard works..."
posted at 09:41:46 on August 27, 2012 by chefdalet
"No K9 cannot filter specific sites on the phone."
posted at 13:06:21 on August 27, 2012 by siouxsie

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