1. ZipZap Browser
ZipZap Browser puts mum or dad in charge of what sites their kids can visit. A parent can choose from several categories of filters that block out naughty and time-wasting stuff. The site advertises features such as parental controls over with whom their children communicate online, and "targeted activity links" based on the user's age and gender, but these are accessed through the ZipZap social network, so you need to sign up for a free account at the site. This browser is so wedded to its corresponding Web site that everything depends on the ZipZap servers. How comfortable you are with using this browser and allowing your children to, depends on how much you trust a website for a little known service with all of your online activities.