Kiddle

Kiddle is a search engine created for kids that stops them from finding odd things like twerking videos. Perfect to protect your kids in a modern world

 

Kiddle is a new search engine created just for kids, it promises safe browsing. Kiddle is powered by Google but wasn’t created by the brand.

The search engine offers site blocking and keyword blocking. If a parent or educator has issue with a site or specific word they can submit a request to the search engine to add it to their blocked list.

The new kid safe site offers safe search, kid-orientated results, big thumbnails, large Arial font and privacy.

“In Kiddle’s case “co” stands for “children only” – our focus and vision for Kiddle.”, “We don’t collect any personally identifiable information, and our logs are deleted every 24 hours.”, “Sites appearing in Kiddle search results satisfy family friendly requirements, as we filter sites with explicit or deceptive content.”

The internet is a great aid in helping children with school work, understanding the world and finding information about things that interest them.

“It looks like Kiddle might be the answer to giving kids free reign for a school project without worrying that they’ll find “Girls Gone Wild” videos in the process. Of course, we can only shield them from so much, but we have to at least try. It’s comforting when big technology companies recognize that fact and help a parent out.” – Scary Mommy

The engine blocks searches for words like boobs, butt and even anything about Justin Bieber after the age of 17. The range of bad words it blocks is amazing and is growing daily as parents submit words they have concern about.

Kiddle


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Sources: Scary Mommy

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