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KidZui K2: THE KIDS’ BROWSER STUFFED WITH FUN

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Cliff Boro – KidZui CEO and Founder joins Dave and Bill today in the CyberHood!

 

Cliff Boro had his own personal Google as a child. His Dad paid close attention to his evolving interests and left relevant books on his bedside table. It is in that spirit of fostering a child’s natural curiosity that KidZui was created.

 

KidZui is the leading developer of award-winning Internet browsers for kids. With the KidZui browser, children can have a blast, feed their curiosity, and gain a sense of independence while parents relax knowing their children are safe online.

 

Founded in 2006, KidZui’s community has grown to over a million kids and parents, with tens of thousands of new users downloading the free Internet browser each month.

 

An advisory board of parents and teachers was formed to review and approve millions of kid-friendly websites, YouTube videos, online games, and pictures. The editorial staff also reviews and adds hundreds of new sites and videos each month to keep the content fresh and engaging.

 

KidZui also developed a network of kid-friendly websites including ZuiGames.com and ZuiTube.com. ZuiGames hosts online games that kids can play without registration or download requirements. ZuiTube is the best site for kids to watch and explore kid-friendly YouTube videos. And the ZuiTube app for iPhones enables parents and kids to watch their videos anywhere. All of these games and videos can be accessed through the free KidZui browser as well.

 

The KidZui team is a group of professionals that is dedicated to kids – most have kids of their own and some have even been kids themselves once. Headquartered in San Diego, California, KidZui maintains a professional appearance in its new sky rise office. But the team works hard to ensure it doesn’t take itself too seriously.

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