How to restrict adult websites in iOS 7?

pcaulfield

How can I change the settings in iOS 7 to prevent my kids from "accidentally" stumbling onto adult content when they are using our iPad?

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cuetip
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You can block adult websites in settings. Go to SETTINGS>GENERAL>RESTRICTIONS. You will have to enable restrictions and select a PIN. Then scroll down and select WEBSITES and LIMIT ADULT CONTENT. Once in a while, you might find that a website is blocked that you don’t think should be, so you can add it to the ALWAYS ALLOW list.  

jimlynch
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Two iOS 7 features Parents will Love
http://www.bewebsmart.com/ipod-ipad-iphone/two-ios-7-features-parents-wi...

"As you may know Apple does offer some level of parental control for iPods, iPhones and iPads through Restriction settings. Used to be, you could either allow the Safari web browser or restrict it completely. In order to allow access to only some sites, you had to install a kid-safe browser, and restrict Safari completely.

Now, with iOS 7, Apple has added website content filtering."

jimlynch
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Two iOS 7 features Parents will Love
http://www.bewebsmart.com/ipod-ipad-iphone/two-ios-7-features-parents-wi...

"As you may know Apple does offer some level of parental control for iPods, iPhones and iPads through Restriction settings. Used to be, you could either allow the Safari web browser or restrict it completely. In order to allow access to only some sites, you had to install a kid-safe browser, and restrict Safari completely.

Now, with iOS 7, Apple has added website content filtering."

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