Parents rejoice!, Amazon’s Kindle Fire HD has been updated with parental control by providing the FreeTime feature.
This feature enables parents to make sure their kids don’t misuse the gadget just like the features on regular PCs and Laptops. The way it works is pretty simple; parents can select and pick the content their children will be allowed to interact with or also limit the available media by content type.
They can also set a time limit after which the screen turns blue, a password will be required to exit the FreeTime mode.
There is undoubtedly a need for such features in computing equipment so as to make sure the children have not exposed to any media they shouldn’t be. This feature was added after Amazon received repeated criticism over the lack of parental control in the Kindle.
Amazon will be shipping its new 8.9 inches Kindle Fire for $299 on the 20th of November.
Amazon confirmed that the Kindle Fire HD was its most well-received product worldwide, so it makes that they would make sure that its customers well 100% satisfied with the product.