The last March and we had met some rumors about the release of an alleged child-friendly version of YouTube, then The Information was the means publishing this report. But a few hours ago USA Today has published an interview with Pavni Diwanji, vice president of engineering at Google, which states that the company is still looking to offer services for kids.
Specifically Pavni says some Google products receive important changes seeking to be more fun and safe for children , with a powerful filter that will allow them to display information specially tailored for them. Moreover, such changes would allow parents to have some control over content through new tools for monitoring.
No detailed company which products would be those who suffer such changes, but is committed to those who are popular in a wide range of ages: Chrome, YouTube and searches . Of course before making public these new versions Google would work very hard to make its interface is completely adapted to the audience they want to reach. There is talk that 2015 would begin to see these new platforms.
Via | USA Today
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