Girl2Girl Wall

App review by Dana Anderson, Common Sense Media
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Common Sense says

age 10+

Bully-free zone for girls to start social networking.

Parents say

age 11+

Based on 2 reviews

Kids say

age 11+

Based on 3 reviews

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age 8+

Safe & Positive App For Girls

As the developer of this app, I wanted to comment on the post by @Momjoz. I am sorry you felt this app was too focused on boys and diet. Those are only 2 of our 40+ groups. While some girls are interested in boys and healthy eating, we understand that's not for everyone, which is why we've created so many different groups for any girl to find something in. Our app is all about girls helping each other and building a positive and safe environment for them online. Nothing on our app is posted without a REAL person reading through it first and screening. So yes, while "anyone" can make an account, nothing is posted that our moderators deem identifiable, bullying, or age inappropriate. Also, we are 100% COPPA complainant and do not collect data from our users. The only way your daughter would need to enter in a parent approved email address would be to win a prize, which again, no data is being collected for marketing purposes. We hope that you give the app another chance because it's truly a great resource for girls, and our goal is to provide a safe outlet for girls online.
age 13+

Was considering

I was considering, but it's a chat room where anyone can make an account. I'm not pleased with the ultra-girly topics like diet and boys being marketed to 8 year olds and up. Kids need to talk and get support from friends and loved ones. Paul Brindak the developer has an amazing career in marketing and there is no way my daughter will not want to just talk to girls and not enter the compelling giveaways that require survey info. I am so adamant that I limit the data collection for my 10 year old. Not an "empowerment app" at all.

This title has:

Too much consumerism

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