Give Your Kids Their Own WiFi Network with KoalaSafe – WHS 197

KoalaSafe

Kids start using Internet connected devices at earlier ages these days and it’s nice to finally have some choices when trying to manage their devices and filter out undesirable content. KoalaSafe is one of those devices and in this podcast Justin Lowmaster reviews the Koala.

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Koala Box

Koala creates a new wireless network in the home that’s safe for kids. It has time limits, app and site blocking, and parental insights (usage analytics) – across all devices in the home

Justin’s written review of the Koala.


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