A Lot or a Little?
What you will—and won't—find in this app.
Content creators post short videos with a clear number of learning points. After watching these videos, kids are introduced to a wide range of topics categorized by themes such as Mind and Spirit, Environment, Business, Safety and Survival, Tech and Future, and current events.
Ease of Play
It's easy to navigate the menu and swipe through videos.
Violence & Scariness
Some videos could potentially reference violent events.
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Sex, Romance & Nudity
At least one video's topic is sex ed and references body parts, safe sex practices, and orgasms.
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At least one video references body parts, like butt, boobs, vagina.
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Products & Purchases
Some videos could potentially refer to specific brands.
Drinking, Drugs & Smoking
Some videos could potentially reference drinking, drugs, or smoking
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Parents Need to Know
Is It Any Good?
A small number of videos with interesting tidbits of information or advice is lost in this peculiar collection of marginally educational topics. EduDo: Learn with short videos covers a broad range, such as beauty tips, travel advice, world news headlines, and activism. Sometimes there's information that teens may find useful, and some videos offer a unique perspective. Yet most videos are irrelevant, odd, or so superficial as to be not worthwhile. The multiple choice question at the end of each videos often has nothing to do with the information presented in the video, or is written poorly enough to make it difficult to understand that the question is asking. Many videos also may be culturally relevant for the developer's country of origin, but less so for a broader audience. Finally, although EduDo: Learn with short videos is described as a user-generated platform, it's actually not open for users to post their own content. And the developers aren't at all transparent about who the content creators are, how to become one, and what the working relationship between the content creators and developer is.
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