Go to our downloads page. We will automatically detect which operating system and browser you have, so just click download.
Once you are directed to the download site, just click on the download now button. Installation is automatic in all browsers (Internet Explorer, Firefox and Safari) and all platforms (Windows & Apple).
Go to your control panel and select Remove Programs. Find the littleye program and double click. You will be prompted to enter your parental ID and password to complete the installation. The MS Windows Support Site can provide further information on uninstalling programs in Windows.
Go to Tools in the menu bar and select Add-ons. Find the littleye add-on and click the uninstall button. You will be prompted to enter your parental ID and password to complete the installation. The Firefox Support Site can provide further information on uninstalling add-ons in Firefox.
Go to your applications folder and find the littleye folder. Double click the uninstaller and re-start Safari. You will be prompted to enter your parental ID and password to complete the uninstall process.
Once you have established your account with the parental user ID and password AND your kids user ids and passwords, you simple click the on off button in your browser to activate and de-activate littleye.
Log in to the littleye parental control center and click Browsing History to see where your kids have gone online. This browsing history is real-time, so if your kids are online, the browsing history updates every few seconds. This is also the default view when you log in to the parental control center online.
Go to our Password Reminder page and request a reminder email.
No problem. When you log in with your user name and password, you have the option to remove any site and add any site you wish — creating your own safe list. If we missed a great site for kids, just click “submit this site to littleye” and our community will review the site for our master white list.
When your account is activated, you get a subscriptions to the littleye Safe Sites list and you get a default list called My Safe List. You can add sites to this list that are not on the littleye Safe Sites list by clicking My Safe Lists. Once you have this window open, you are free to add any site to your personal list.
The littleye site-specific web timer allows you to set up time limits for Internet usage in 15 minute increments by web site. You simply enter in the URL (www.myspace.com) in the site time limit window and select the amount of time you would allow your kid to access that site in a 24 time period. Click save to activate this time limit. To access this time limit feature, log in to mylittleye.
Just click on My Safe Lists in mylittleye, your parental control center. This is where you can add sites that you approve for your kids. littleye will never allow social networking sites on our master white list. We feel the decision to allow your kids to visit these types of sites should be left up to the parents.
Click on the “Time Manager” in the littleye parental control and move the sliders to set time limits for weekdays and/or weekends. Click on detailed daily limits to manage time limits for each day.
No, we never share user data of any kind. We respect your privacy.
With a community of parents and teachers, we have created a list of websites that have been reviewed and approved as safe for kids. Safe, to littleye, means no exposure to inappropriate content. Once you download and install littleye, you will see the littleye icon in the upper right hand corner of your browser. Green means that littleye is “ON” and the browser is safe for kids and we are tracking your kids online activity in mylittleye, your parental control center. Red means that littleye is “OFF” so the browser is not safe for kids and we are not tracking any activity.
After you complete the sign up form, you get littleye FREE for the first 30 days. After the 30 day trial, your credit card will be billed $4.95 a month. If you wish to cancel, just Contact Us. There is no penalty or charges for canceling your account at any time.
You can use the existing littleye Safe Sites list or you can build a personal list of your own. When you sign up for littleye, you automatically have a subscription to the littleye Safe Sites list.
littleye works on both Mac and Windows (PC) platforms. For Mac, littleye is available for Safari, Firefox and Chrome. For Windows, littleye is available for Chrome, Firefox and Internet Explorer version 6,7 & 8.
Use the Internet just as you do today. When you use your search engine of choice, littleye will still filter which sites can be accessed.
As long as littleye is activated, the browser is locked (ON icon is displayed in your browser), and your kids can only go to sites our community has deemed safe for them.
A growing list of parents, guardians and teachers â€” people who know whatâ€™s best! You can join our community of site reviewers too, Contact Us.
Yes. Once you are logged in to mylittleye, you can view your kid’s browsing history in My Kids.
Yes, for now. We have received inquiries from groups and organizations requesting to build their own lists and make them available as a subscription. So, more lists will be available for subscription as we grow!
Visit our littleye downloads page for all browser plug-ins.
Basic service is free. littleye’s full functioning product is free for the first 30 days. If you like littleye, your subscription will begin in the second month at a rate of $4.95 a month. You can also purchase an annual subscription for $49.00.