How well does website filter work in parental controls?

Hello there,
I'm curious to know how well the adult filter works ok the ios7 built in parental controls. I noticed they have a websites option now to filter different levels of the internet. Does this also work across the entire device in 3 party in app browsers?
Thanks,
LJ

They work pretty good, & are across the device. Read here:
http://support.apple.com/kb/HT4213
Just be aware, crafty kids can figure out a way to bypass pretty much anything they want. Just get in the habit of regularly checking the device.

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