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are super popular with kids and teens but they're not always safe.Kids love them because they offer richer multimedia experiences than regular SMS texting.
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We stress that we DO trust them, but it's the horrible people out there lying and pretending to be someone they're not who we don't trust...they shouldn't either.
I showed them some news articles of kids who were never seen again after their 'online friend' found them or met them.
She is able to talk to her friends privately at school, so I don't see any reason she shouldn't be able to do that via text.
My issue is that the messaging that she has been doing with a friend (who has a cell phone but no phone number) has been through Pinterest and I don't want her to have that on her phone.
A combination of building trust, having conversations about the horrific dangers, and monitoring are the best you can do to mix with any software tools/measures.
The thing we tell our two daughters (9,11) and son (12) is that the blocking/restrictive type measures we have in place are not because we don't trust them.Check out: , age 12 : This monosyllabic texting app uses one word -- "Yo" -- to convey whatever you need it to, such as "I made it home OK, " "I need a ride," or "I'm thinking of you." Do you know of a safe messaging apps for kids?I would like to allow our 11 year old daughter to communicate via text with her close friends fairly privately.I do know on Android there are several apps that allow you to lock out other apps so they're only accessible with a password.One app to lock out would be the Settings app and the Play Store app. Locking out the Settings app will prevent anyone from going into the settings and enabling ' Developer Options'. so we cant go on spotify or fb or yt or stuff like that.I don't know a lot about i Phone's or the apps for it but if you talk to Apple (at a store or call them) or your phone carrier they can probably assist you.