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Glubble is born

Glubble Beta is launched on time on 19th June 2007 and looking like its being really well received with day one news posts appearing on Cnet Lifehacker Techcrunch Washington Post Wired and super cool user sites like TechDadBlog and Demo Girl

On the first day there were 300 search results for Glubble on Google, now on the second day there are 80,000 amazing eh? Technorati is showing an amazing amount of people talking about Glubble on their blogs too

We’ve had to maintain silence about Glubble for a long time and its great now to finally be able to tell the world that we have a new add-on service for Firefox to protect young children on the web.

Glubble turns Firefox into a multi-user, family browser and is designed to create an Internet world you can trust for young kids based on family participation

During the past two weeks, over half the Glaxstar team have relocated to Santa Clara for the past two weeks preparing for the launch of Glubble. We were all super-tired in the run up to the launch and now it’s very satisfying to see all the hard work of the team come good while we watch the downloads take off and the user registrations start to fly!

We have been working on Glubble for a long time here at Glaxstar its our own company product and cause, but, its been fun along the way that we’ve been privileged to work on some pretty amazing add-ons for Firefox over the past two years.


  1. Keith Pope
    Posted 22 June 2007 at 05:06 | Permalink

    Congratulations on the release people, really cool software!

  2. Posted 27 June 2007 at 01:06 | Permalink

    I downloaded Glubble last night! This is an awesome way to keep little ones safe. I will be trying it out this week… actually, Sovereign, my techy pre-schooler will be!

    We need to talk!!!!:)

    [email protected]

  3. Posted 10 July 2007 at 11:07 | Permalink

    Thanks Jackson for the kind words Glad you like Glubble!

    There’s help in the Glubble forums or at support (at) glubble (dot) com

    I’ll email you to see how your getting along.

    All the best, Ian Hayward

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