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KidsEmail: A Safe Email for Kids to Contact with The World

As a father-to-be, I have been always wondering how should I raise my kid and what kind of person he/she would be. After thousands of ideas flashing through my mind, I finally realized that we only wish him/her grow up safely and happily. For this purpose, however, we have a lot to do one-by-one. By chance, I knew about KidsEmail and find it an awesome tool that would allow my child to contact the world safely when they are young. After detailed testing, I'd like to recommend all of you to try it out.

Register A Free Account and Try These Features 

Everyone gets 30 days free to try KidsEmail after registering a free account. As a professional Email system for children, KidsEmail has many useful and thoughtful features:
  • Mail Monitoring: receive a copy of all incoming and/or outgoing email that is sent to/from your child. Of course, you can choose to enable/disable it easily.
  • Time Restrictions: set a limit on the amount of time your child is allowed to spend on email. Also allows a parent to set up a punishment by shutting down access for a set amount of time.
  • Mail queue: intercept an email that failed the safety rules that you set for your child. Approve, deny or remove, it's up to you.
  • Contact Manager: parents can choose who can contact their child.
  • Custom Mailbox Folders: children can create their own custom mail folder to organize received email.
  • GPS -allows parents to track a child’s location when they are using the mobile application.
  • No Ads
  • SPAM Filters

Here are some safety rules I find really helpful:

  • Remove Links and Images
  • Control Attachments Types
  • Offensive Word Filter
  • Spam Filtering

Special Features that Kids Would Love

  1. Read It
Children can easily select "read it" on an incoming message which will then read the email out loud to the child. Kids can have fun and improve their confidence while learning to read their email on their own.
Read it

      2. Drawing Board
KidsEmail offers a fun drawing board for kids. The drawing board allows kids to express themselves by drawing and sending pictures via email to friends and family. Kids love being able to share their creativity with their loved ones!
Drawing board


Install KidsEmail on Any Devices

Users can freely download and install KidsEmail on any iOS, Android and Kindle Fire devices.


It is the best way for children to start using email with KidsEmail. Kids would love this app and parents would let them contact the world without worry.

 Warm Prompt: 
A giveaway of One Year Subscription (valued at $38.95) is possible in the future if you guys are really interested (let me know in the comment).

Keep up with them on social media:

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/KidsEmail.org
Twitter: https://twitter.com/KidsEmail
Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/kidsemail1/
Google+: https://plus.google.com/+KidsemailOrg
Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/kidsemail/





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