Mobile Filtering and Accountability Podcast Series – The Wired Homeschool

Safe Eyes

This week I’m starting a series on mobile internet filtering and accountability. I’m going to review 3 products that will help protect your children when using an iDevice. Some of these products are also available on Android and I’ll provide a rundown of those features at the end of the series.

First up is Safe Eyes Mobile from available for iPod Touch, iPhone, and iPad. It even works on 1st-generation iPods and iPhones. Safe Eyes is a replacement browser for the native Safari browser and filters your Internet activity as opposed to just monitoring and reporting on your Internet activity.  (more…)

X3 Watch

Last week I reviewed Safe Eyes, a filtered browser available for iOS devices that makes a good substitute for Safari.  This week I’m covering X3watch: an accountability and filtering tool that keeps a record of your browsing activities.

X3 Watch is a service of, a “non-profit organization that exists to help people of all ages who are being assaulted by pornography.” (more…)

Covenant Eyes

Before I begin my review of Covenant Eyes I want to be very clear: I am a Covenant Eyes affiliate. I’m an affiliate because I believe they have a great product. However, my relationship with Covenant Eyes in no way will prevent me from speaking truthfully about their product.

I’ve written a lot about Covenant Eyes in the past, mostly on my old blog/podcast Jesus Geek. I’m a big advocate for their software so it will be difficult for me to control my enthusiasm. (more…)


It’s not often that you come across a filtered browser that supports nearly every major operating system.  I was pleasantly surprised when I stumbled upon Mobicip Safe Browser which is available for  iOS, Android, Kindle, Windows, Mac OS, and Linux.

Not only is Mobicip available on several platforms, it’s also a great deal starting at $4.99 for multiple mobile devices.   (more…)

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