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How many times have you started to listen to your playlist and all of a sudden that not too appropriate song comes on, you know that song that we don't want our children to hear or maybe even our friends and family. I know it has happened to me and I run to shut it down or change the song, feeling totally embarrassed and awkward to say the least. Well, recently I was introduced to an App that is perfect for all the music lovers and also for our children that love to listen to music, but we do not want them to listen to inappropriate music. The App is called musicBleeper.

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“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.
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. Your music. Your way.”

With musicBleeper, parents no longer have to worry about their child being subjected to the inappropriate words and can have a bit of relief knowing musicBleeper is silencing those words. MusicBleeper scans all songs and playlists on your device. If they find a song in your library that isn't currently in their database, they get to work immediately, and your song will soon be scrubbed and available. You can Personalize MusicBleeper to your taste on the Settings screen. All your options can be set here, including Managing Unsafe Words.

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By default, all unsafe words are skipped in your music. To activate any of the unsafe words, simply tap on the word to change the status. You can also select an entire category to turn on or off. Now your family can listen to all your favorite music without worrying about those words coming out that we don't want to hear.

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MusicBleeper is a must have, and even better, it is FREE! Head on over and Download it here!
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GIVEAWAY:

musicBleeper is giving one of my lucky readers a $50 iTunes Gift Card. This Giveaway is open to US residents only, ages 18 and older. The Giveaway will run from October 26, 2014 untill 11:59pm EST on November 9,2014. One entry per household. Kelly’s Thoughts On Things is not responsible for prize fulfillment. Enter using the Giveaway Tools Form Below. Good Luck!

 

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17 Comments

  1. I defiantly like how the bad words are skipped over.

  2. Amanda Sakovitz says:

    I think its a good app for people who don’t like certain words

  3. This would be a great app to have. I have two young kids and I would like to have the option of making my music always appropriate in any situation.

  4. Thomas Murphy says:

    I think the app is a great idea!

  5. I think its a good app for people with small children

  6. steve weber says:

    It’s a great app.. kids use bad language all the time.

  7. Kimberly Schotz says:

    I think this is a great idea for an App. I especially like that it is free.

  8. chrissy c says:

    I think this app is wonderful since we have young kids!

  9. Janice Cooper says:

    I think this is a fabulous app. We need that to skip inappropriate words!

  10. amy pugmire says:

    Love this! I have 3 young kids and this will be perfect for us!

  11. Michele Behlen says:

    I think it is a good idea. There is a lot of good music with offensive language.

  12. This looks really interesting!

  13. rene figueroa says:

    what a better gift to give my son, he is always buying itunes.

  14. Omigosh this is amazing! My kids love current music, and I’d love to know that they don’t hear anything they don’t need to!

    coriwestphal at msn dot com

  15. Heather Dawn says:

    I think its a great app! I love that you can control what is bleeped out.

  16. I think the app is a really good idea and gives parents peace of mind.

  17. Rebecca Shockley says:

    I would love to try this app, totally fit’s my lifestyle!! Now, I must share this very cool app with my teenager’s!

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