The problem though, is that there are a number of places online where a child has no business going to. And that includes your own personal files as well as videos that no one sitting in a child seat should see. The answer for those with an HTC smartphone, is the Zoodles Kid Mode app. Setting up an account for each child is easy and is free. After setting up your kids' account, head over to the Parent Dashboard to determine which apps you want to make available for each child. Be careful here. Keep in mind that letting your child have access to YouTube could result in him telling you all about that funny dance that he saw Hannah Montana do on your phone and no child human should have to witness that. Enabling the Child Lock keeps Junior away from your personal files and the possibility that he might accidentally erase the report that your boss needs on Monday.
After it's all set up, whenever your kid touches his profile on the Zoodles page, he will have access to games, recorded storybooks and more. He will even be able to view some of his stuff on BlinkFeed as long as you've entered Kids Mode into BlinkFeed's Topics and services. You can even block incoming calls when Kids Mode is on. With the Zoodles Kid Mode, you can relax knowing that your child will be entertained by the age-appropriate content and the apps that you personally have vetted.