Prepare kids to process search data in an age of information overload

Too often, parents worry about what their kids might stumble upon when searching the Internet. Even adult users can't always predict what might come up in a simple Google search. The team behind Kiddle wants to ease parents' concerns with a kid-friendly visual search engine.

As the website explains, each result in a search is “either handpicked and checked by our editors or filtered by Google Safe.” Parents can also choose to set up specific keyword or site blocking.

The search engine comes with three separate tiers of secure searches: safe sites written for kids, safe sites not specifically designed for kids but easy to read, and sites created for adults with more challenging content for kids to understand. Each tier offers a different amount of search results, ranging from 1 to 8 or more.

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