SafeBrowse on Monday announced that its parental control software for Mac OS X,
Safe Eyes 2006, is a Universal binary compatible with both Intel and PowerPC-based Macs. Safe Eyes costs $49.95 per year, and is installable on up to three computers.
Safe Eyes enables parents to restrict the content their kids see and time their kids spend online. It includes usage logging, alerts, program control that can restrict instant messaging and peer to peer software usage, and more. Parents can block searches by keyword or phrase, restrict usage of any Internet program you want, and install the software on any combination of up to three Macs or PCs.
The one-year subscription fee includes free, downloadable updates throughout the year. A 15-day free trial version is available for download. System requirements call for Mac OS X v10.4 or later, and various flavors of Windows.