A new appc onnects to computers, tablets, smartphones, TV streaming devices, and MP3 players
A startup company Elameno launched its new kickstarter campaign to raise worth $250,000 to develop its iOS app Circle, which claimed to offer families a choice of how and when they spend time online.
The new app will inform users to select how people and their families spend time online by using filtering, informing and time management.
Circle connects to computers, tablets, smartphones, TV streaming devices, and MP3 players, in order to help parents manage children’s internet use, helping geeks understand their own online habits and assist small business owners increase employee productivity.
Circle founder and CEO, Jelani Memory said, "The internet is an invaluable resource and we created a smart network tool to ‘talk’ wirelessly with your router and each household device to filter and manage content based on personalized settings for each device and each individual."
"With a strong market need for Circle, Kickstarter backer contributions will help fund engineering, parts and tooling and finalize the iOS application so Circle can be brought to life,"Memory said.
Circle is said to work from anywhere in the home or small office, to help anyone connected to the internet locate appropriate content and build advantageous online habits.
Its key features are: time management, smart filter, inform & notify, pause mode, bedtime mode, safe mode, ad blocking, implify and secure connection.
The app reportedly features user profiles, device activity reports, access to device modes, network pause mode, ability to add guest devices and descriptive time management overviews, according to the company.