Vancouver, Canada (PRWEB) September 27, 2007
For children spam emails and potential for unwanted contact makes having their own email address too risky. Now, in answer to this problem Mr Jonathan Seanor, a 33 year old Dad and software engineer, has made the first completely safe email service for children as young as four, called ArtBug Mail.
ArtBug Mail is safe in three key ways, firstly children do not need an email address, secondly communication is one way only so no spam can get to them and no-one can contact them. Thirdly, children only send email to a parentally selected group of email addresses, typically of family and friends. And for extra parental piece of mind, there are no adverts of any kind either on the website or on the children's ArtBug Mail software interface.
ArtBug Mail is designed so that children can email pictures without supervision and in a totally safe environment. They can scan or draw a picture using the ArtBug Mail software; then choose a name from a list (such as Daddy, Grandma, etc) and click send. The picture is simultaneously emailed and added to the child's own private on-line art gallery.
ArtBug Mail is designed for any family with children ages 4 -- 10 years old. ArtBug Mail is funded by a subscription system charging $5.95 per month and is committed to keeping the service advert free.