Parent reviews for Lipsi

Common Sense says

Buggy, anonymous app invites misuse, bullying.
Based on our expert review

Parents say

age 15+
Based on 3 reviews

Kids say

age 13+
Based on 6 reviews
Parent Written byceleste q. June 7, 2018

One day a teen will commit suicide because of this app!

Found teens using this app and one that tried to commit suicide was bullied and told why doesn't she do it already, who wants you alive, just die! This is something that needs to be stopped I don't see the point of the app. I just hope this gets fixed before its to late and a teen takes there life because of this app. As they say the parents should know what there kids are doing but in the new age of technology that's impossible to track every move they make!

This title contains:

Violence & scariness
Privacy & Safety
Parent of a 13-year-old Written byMichel S. January 5, 2019

Concerned that kids and teens speak to strangers, adult topics...

So the app allows anyone (adults, teens small kids) to speak to others while hiding his/her/other identity. So really everyone can tell lies, bully, sext talk without any consequences. People do not know if they are talking to adult men, boy/girls or drug dealers posed as kids-and so on... There is nothing good about the app or benefit except to deceive others. It lends itself to explore areas of intrigue without others knowing so subjects usually have an adult topic (sex, drugs, sexual advice, teen secrets , violence, drug, dating or suicide questions) it’s 18+ but teens use it too. Why not tell your identity if you are up to good? Concerning. Some teens are just having fun. But others don’t share they use it, hum, why? Parents beware.

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Ease of Play
Violence & scariness
Sexy stuff
Privacy & Safety
Adult Written byKymatt August 10, 2018

It’s not that bad

It’s not that bad I can see why some parents don’t want there child using it but there’s much worse then this like inappropriate movies or other anonymous messaging apps but overall kids can get tough skin and report and or block kids from messaging them