KidsEmail Releases New Mobile Email App for Kids for Use on Android Devices

KidsEmail has released its new mobile email app for Android devices. Now kids have a fun way to exchange email messages with family and friends on Android phones and tablets.

Shelley, ID (PRWEB) February 05, 2014

KidsEmail, the safe email service for kids, has released its new mobile email app for all Android devices. The app features a fresh design that is easy for kids to navigate. Now parents have one more tool for protecting their kids from dangers on the Internet. The app is available for instant download at and the Google Play Store.

When using the app on Android devices, kids can select an email recipient from a parent-approved list of contacts. Then they can write an email just as they would on their home computer. The app also has an exciting feature that allows kids to draw a picture inside the email. Additionally, kids can use their Android device to take a photo and attach it to the email message. It also includes track location history.

The KidsEmail Android app has received a rating of 4.8 out of 5 stars by users. One satisfied parent offers this raving review. “This is a parent's dream come true. I can allow my children to email and have complete control and confidence at the same time. The app is extremely easy to use. I love that there is the drawing option. It allows my 5 year old to draw for her Paw Paw miles away. I definitely recommend this app and email server to families with children of all ages.”

KidsEmail understands that parents need a way to protect their kids throughout the day from online dangers like predators and cyberbullying in a way that is integrated into their mobile lifestyle. That’s why the Android app has the same parental security features found on the web-based version of the email service. These parental controls include monitoring incoming and outgoing mail, filtering unwanted words and images, restricting login hours, and managing contacts.

To explore the features of this safe email service for kids, Parents can There they can sign up for a free 30-day, risk-free trial. Then they can download the app at and Google Play Store.


  • Jacob Andersen
    Ruby Web, LLC
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