With Happly, parents can now customize and screen the content their kids interact with.
In a pronounced effort to provide educational and responsible content for children who spend more and more time online via the iPad, Daily Interactive Networks has recently unveiled Happly for iPad, a collection of originally-curated child-friendly content, ranging from stories, images, games, and online videos. Happly was born out of the desire to help families avoid uncensored websites, violent games and inappropriate videos, and focuses on subjects that most kids browse nowadays: athletics, history, dinosaurs, and space, among many other topics.
Content for Happly is diligently curated by National Geographic photographers, award-winning children’s book authors and illustrators, and many other industry-recognized players. Parents also have the option to add additional links, videos, articles, or even product reviews to Happly based on the dynamics and interests of their respective families. Finally, a four-digit passcode will screen the parent and allow him or her to set the screen and contents for the child.