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Control What Kids See During ScreenTime, Filter Explicit Materials with This App

Screen time just got easier with a new social information sharing platform for parents that allows them to select appropriate content for their children to see while their online. Smartfeed is a relatively new desktop interface that allows users to search over 27,000 movies, TV shows, apps and books and curate them all on one profile for... Read More »
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