Parents today have to decide on what kind of social or messaging kids apps they should allow.
Kids nowadays are very smart. Particularly in the matter of electronic devices. While you might be struggling with your new smartphone, they will operate the same with ease as if they knew things from before. Choosing right set of kids apps is an important decision parent have to make.
Though this smartness is definitely praiseworthy, it might lead to various kinds of troubles as well. Kids get over-enthusiastic and tread into forbidden paths leading to troubles for them and their families. One area of great interest to kids is that of social media. Venturing into social media can bring in problems if proper controls are not there.
However, if your little one is adamant about using social media, do not let him/her jump into the pool at once. Try Roo Kids for your kids.
It is an instant messaging kids app for children, which help them in remaining connected to their friends. The best thing about the app is that it has great parental controls. Therefore you can be assured that your kid can enjoy messaging his/her friends without any kinds of threats. When someone sends a friend request to your kid, parents have to approve the same and only then the person can be added to the contact list.
If you want to give your kids the feel of a social media platform, let them use the above mentioned app by downloading the same from iTunes. The attractive interface of the app is a major plus point and a main draw for the kids. Messaging from the app is done via secure sockets layers. Even if someone gives out confidential data over chat and message, the message has no chances of leaking out and fall into wrong hands.
Parents can set up ‘curfew hours’ in the app and during those times messaging will not work. The 24×7 support offered by the team helps in addressing any issues that are faced by users. The problems are solved within a day.
This kids app is a great stepping-stone for kids who are looking to venture into social media later.
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