Quintura for Kids

Website review by Carla Thornton, Common Sense Media
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Common Sense says

age 6+

Unique search engine provides safe but inconsistent results.

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age 2+

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age 2+

Give it up parents.

Alright; to all you parents out there trying to find a safe browser for kids: don't even bother. I will say this site works though (a little too well. I put it through my innapropriate meaning search test and it passed.) what I mean by too well is that next to nothing comes up for anything (I searched Lego. Just that word and nothing else; nothing came up.) just use google and explain to kids or tell them not to click on some things that might come up. If that's not safe enough check up on them or spend some time on the web with them. Use Parental controls if needed. Either way just give up this search and take my suggestions; these sites will either block anything remotely useful and entertaining or not block enough too be what they claim.

Website Details

  • Genre: Educational
  • Pricing structure: Free
  • Last updated: November 5, 2015

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