The simplest method to activate SafeSearch is using your browser. You can do this on any device without needing to download any additional applications or software. In fact, the default browser for most Android devices is Google Chrome, which was designed to integrate seamlessly with the Google search engine and its various features.
To activate Safe mode, start by making sure that you are logged into your Google account. You can do this by going to google.com, tapping on the circle in the top right corner of the browser, selecting the option to sign in, and then typing in your username and password.
Once that’s done, go to google.com/safesearch. Here you will see the options to filter explicit content, blur it out, or turn SafeSearch off altogether. Simply tap the bubble beside whichever option you prefer and Google will automatically remember this setting for your account. That might sound like a pain to do across all of your phones and tablets, but you don’t have to! This should work for all devices that are signed into this Google account, so you don’t need to worry about activating it on each device individually.