musicBleeper is a censorship app that allows you to personally control the words you feel are inappropriate in your music. Now you can relax and listen to music with your children without being embarrassed or worried about profanity or inappropriate language. I don't know how many times I have had to explain to Callan a word, or "lie" to him about a word. Even non-swear words! "Mama, what's a booty. Hoochie. Hoe?" Really??
musicBleeper contains 91 words in PG-13, R, and Religious-rated categories that you can eliminate based on your children's ages, or even your own religious affiliations, personal morals, or family values. You choose the words you want to skip or silence. musicBleeper is password protected, so you can set the words you want eliminated, and no one can change them. The app can also be turned on and off, so you can listen to the regular version when you'd like. Best of all, musicBleeper is free. This works for the iPhone or iPad, and I love that, since Callan uses the iPad when he is playing just to listen to some music. Now I don't have to worry about what he is listening to! Because even Nick Radio has some words I don't approve of for my 6 year old.
Get the app HERE, and check it all out at musicBleeper on Facebook, as well as musicBleeper on Twitter.