These are the recommended minimum restrictions settings for use with the iOS Blue Browser.

Safari needs to be turned off, and Installing Apps should either be off, or set to an age rating lower than 17+.

Set the Restrictions Passcode

  • Go to Settings > Screen Time > Turn On Screen Time, & click Continue.

 

  • Choose whether this is your child’s iPhone or your own. (If this is your child’s iPhone, you can manage these settings thru Screentime on your own iPhone once you have enabled Family Sharing.)

 

 

  • Then choose Use Screen Time Passcode and set a passcode.

 


Turn on Content Restrictions

  • Settings > Screen Time > Content & Privacy Restrictions > Content and Privacy Restrictions > ON.


Restricting the App Store

  • The App Store can be locked by setting Installing Apps to Don’t Allow in the Settings > Screen Time > Content & Privacy Restrictions > iTunes and App Store Purchases


Restricting Apps

  • Safari needs to be turned OFF in Settings > Screen Time > Content & Privacy Restrictions > Allowed Apps > Safari > OFF.
  • You can also disable Camera, Facetime, News, and other apps from here.


Setting Content Restrictions

  • Settings > Screen Time > Content & Privacy Restrictions > Content Restrictions

 

Music, Podcasts, & News:

Music Profiles & Posts:

Movies:

TV Shows:

Books:

Apps:

Explicit Language

Clean

Off

Don’t Allow Movies

Don’t Allow TV Shows

Clean

12+ or lower. (Mosts apps rated 17+ will allow unrestricted web access.)

Don’t allow


To find Restrictions on iOS 11, go to Settings > General > Restrictions and configure according to the iOS 12 instructions.