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KidsEmail, the safe and easy-to-use email service for kids, has reached another milestone. It now protects more than 50,000 children from the dangers they face on the internet.
(PRWEB) June 25, 2014
KidsEmail has reached another milestone. The safe email service for kids now protects more than 50,000 children from dangers they face on the Internet. With kids spending more and more time online, Jacob Andersen, KidsEmail Founder and CEO, expects those numbers to increase as parents seek to protect their children from online threats, including cyberbullying, sexual predators, identity theft, and offensive material.
Andersen founded KidsEmail in 2009, to give parents a customizable tool that empowers them to protect their kids from dangerous people and images on the Internet. Andersen and his team also made the email service fun for kids by allowing them to modify the look and feel of their email account by choosing fun templates.
Over the past year, KidsEmail has released mobile email apps for both Android and Apple devices to accompany the desktop version. While on mobile devices, kids can select an email recipient from a parent-approved list of contacts. The apps also allow kids to draw a picture inside the email or take a photo and attach it to the email message.
KidsEmail has received awards from several organizations dedicated to the well-being of children. The Family Review Center has honored KidsEmail as a safe and easy-to-use email service with its Seal of Approval, Editors Choice Award, and 2013 Best of the Year award. HowToLearn.com recognized KidsEmail as one of its Top 101 Best Back to School Website, and the kidSAFE Seal Program has certified KidsEmail as a safe interactive environment for kids.
To learn more about this award-winning safe email service for kids, parents can visit http://www.KidsEmail.org to sign up for a free 30-day trial. At the end of the trial period, if they find that the kid-friendly service is an effective tool for protecting their kids online, they can continue the service at an affordable monthly rate.
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