Giddy Up — A Web Browser for Kids

Looking for a way to introduce your kids to the internet? It’s time for you to take a look at Giddy Up. The team over at App4Mac have created it as an easy interface to the web for your little kids.

Based off of WebKit, this has the power of Safari and Chrome, but with smooth edges for the kiddies. Instead of having a URL bar, your kids just have their predetermined bookmarks and a search button.

Like Apple’s built-in parental controls, this app gives you control over what websites your kids can visit, and it logs every site they go to. If you don’t want them stumbling on your blog, just block your URL or keywords.

There is a free limited-feature trial, but the app costs 29.00€. Once you pay for a license, you get updates for the life of the product at no additional cost. If you want a hard copy, that will be an additional nineteen euros. One year of support will cost you 49.00€, but unlimited support is 99.00€.

Grant is a writer from Delaware. In his spare time, Grant maintains a personal blog, hosts The Weekly Roar, hosts Quadcast, and writes for video games.