Review: Circle with Disney – Part 1

At some point, most parents wonder what content their children are really accessing online. Sure, we try to control what they see and hear on the Internet, but with so many connected devices and so much available content, it’s difficult to know for sure.

In our homes we have a variety of cell phones, computers and tablets, all of which connect to the Internet. Even seemingly benign components like video game systems are fully capable of accessing content on the web.

So what can we do as parents to keep our kids safe online? We could simply turn access to the Internet off when we don’t want our kids accessing it, but where does that leave the parents? I need my Netflix 24/7! Nobody likes a solution to a specific problem where everyone suffers.

Thankfully there is a better way. Circle with Disney promises to help parents manage when kids have online access and what they’ll have access to. This small cube quickly connects to your home network and the included app make set up as simple as possible. It’s perfect for every “not nerd” with kids.

Circle has gained popularity recently, and has even been featured on The Ellen DeGeneres Show and its no wonder. Circle makes it easy for parents to manage the content their kids see online in a simple and delightful way.

Over the next few days I will be offering my insights on how this device works and how it can help families to stay safe online. You can learn more about Circle with Disney right now by visiting their website. But be sure to check back here for a detailed look at my experience with this product.

Check out Circle on Amazon.

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