As a parent I like to let my kids listen to the music they like but there are so many songs that have bad words in them. Even on the radio sometimes I feel like they didn’t bleep out enough of the word to make the song ok for little ears to listen to. Then kids listen to who knows what on their personal devices right? How can we protect them? Apparently I’m not the only parent that feels that way, there’s an app for that!
In 2013 an app was created to pioneer the field of personalized audio and video. musicBleeper, a free, one-of-a-kind app that allows users to determine and control which words they feel are unsafe or inappropriate on their iOS device playlists and it’s just been updated. The app is especially great for parents who want to listen to music with their children, have control of what their young children are listening to, or anyone who would prefer their music without profanity or objectionable phrases like me.
How musicBleeper Works:
• If a song title is shown in bold, it has already been scanned and scrubbed for offensive words. If the song title shows in grey scale, it means the song has not yet been scanned and scrubbed, but will be available soon.
• The words and phrases noted are removed from all songs on the device – users can select either “skip” or “silence.”
• The ability to manage the app is password protected, so parents can identify the words they want eliminated, without children having access to change them.
Get the APP:
Download it in the App store here: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/music-bleeper/id777482134?mt=8
To learn more about musicBleeper and see a short video demo, visit www.musicbleeper.com.
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