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Families can talk about meme culture when using Reface: Face Swap Videos. Video clips, GIFs, and memes are a fun way to express thoughts and feelings and can be great for a good laugh, but they can also be offensive, reinforce racist attitudes, exploit stereotypes, and spread misinformation. Open discussion could help prepare teens to be conscious consumers and creators of media.
Talk about some of the mature elements that can be found in the app and discuss expectations for sharing. Are there some videos or GIFs that aren't OK for face swap and sharing?
Since the app lends itself to social networking and encourages sharing to social media platforms, families can discuss guidelines for engaging with others responsibly.
- Devices: iPhone, iPod Touch, iPad, Android
- Price: Free
- Pricing structure: Free (offers optional in-app purchase options ranging from $2.49 - $24.99)
- Release date: September 3, 2020
- Category: Entertainment
- Size: 74.10 MB
- Publisher: NEOCORTEXT, INC.
- Version: 1.3.21
- Minimum software requirements: iOS 12.0 or later; Android 5.0 and up
- Last updated: September 9, 2021
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