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Zoodles Kid Mode keeps Junior from being corrupted when using your HTC phone

0. phoneArena posted on 29 Aug 2013, 12:12

As a parent, sometimes it is hard to know exactly the right thing to do; for example, there are times when you need junior to be on his best behavior sitting quietly, entertained. In those situations, like a long car-drive for example, we are willing to turn over our smartphone to Junior, hoping that he can find something interesting that will keep him quiet...

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posted on 29 Aug 2013, 13:14 2

1. tigermcm (Posts: 860; Member since: 02 Sep 2009)

wtf.....people hate wp8 yet HTC advertises the hell out of blinkfeed aka live tiles now we have zoodles aka kids corner and everyone goes wow like its new????

posted on 29 Aug 2013, 13:20 1

2. Gaurav008 (Posts: 328; Member since: 20 Jul 2012)

Haha. Hannah Montanna's Dance.

posted on 29 Aug 2013, 14:16

3. JMartin22 (Posts: 2013; Member since: 30 Apr 2013)

If my kid went through my files and deleted my stuff, I'd beat the hell out of it and then ground it. Best and effective policy.

posted on 29 Aug 2013, 14:48 2

4. g2a5b0e (Posts: 3843; Member since: 08 Jun 2012)

"It"? I'm assuming you don't have kids & that's probably for the best.

posted on 29 Aug 2013, 14:59 2

5. Berzerk000 (Posts: 4275; Member since: 26 Jun 2011)

That's way too much just for deleting some pictures or apps. For you to "beat the hell" out of your kid is typically frowned upon. A spanking every now and then isn't bad, but the way you phrased it made it sound like you were going to break their arms.

I agree with g2a5b0e.

posted on 29 Aug 2013, 20:12

6. Shatter (Posts: 2036; Member since: 29 May 2013)

Take them outside and let them choose the switch to do the beating with like the old days.

posted on 30 Aug 2013, 05:55

7. jinxed (Posts: 107; Member since: 10 Jan 2013)

i guess u had a tough childhood

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