Parents' Guide to

By Neilie Johnson, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 17+

Minimalist content-curation meant for older kids, adults. Poster Image

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While this app does reach its goal for users to "focus their thinking without likes, distractions, or ads," it also lacks some features that would make it more accessible and fun. While removing "likes" does take away the potentially problematic feedback loops in other social media, there's so little interaction within comments that it feels much less social.'s minimal presentation doesn't do much for the fun factor either. Its lack of color and graphics make it less accessible to the mainstream public and more like a tool for graduate students wanting to catalog scholarly research. Its search and explore functions work well enough, but again, the frequent lack of identifying graphics make channels appear very stark and sterile. Still, for older kids, it's a good way to collect and share images, text, and links, not to mention its possible use as a study tool. Ultimately it's unsuitable for young kids, but serious-minded older kids could enjoy exploring and adding to its impressive collection of thought-provoking information.

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