A Lot or a Little?
What you will—and won't—find in this app.
Kids can learn a variety of simple skills and can also practice their own communication skills by creating their own how-to stories.
Ease of Play
Easy to navigate and create.
Sex, Romance & Nudity
User-created content may contain sex-related subjects, such as how to put on a condom.
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Used-generated content may contain harsh language. Community guidelines weren't available at time of review.
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Products & Purchases
User-generated content could contain brands/logos.
Drinking, Drugs & Smoking
User-generated content could contain references to tobacco, alcohol, and/or drugs. Community guidelines weren't available at time of review.
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Parents Need to Know
Is It Any Good?
These community-generated, bite-sized learning stories make it easy and fast to learn new skills. The question will be whether Tick. Done. is able to curate enough mini-skills that teens want to learn. The steps in Tick. Done. feel like a series of Instagram stories, which is a familiar mechanic to most teens. While the content isn't particularly kid-friendly, there's not much iffy stuff and some cool things to check out. Upon opening the app, some of the featured content includes "Homemade sushi," and "How to make your own oat milk." Because of the clean interface, making a how-to story is simple, without a lot of bells and whistles to weigh things down. Also, it doesn't have the quagmire of YouTube's recommended videos to worry parents, though there's a lot less content to explore. Since it's unclear how the content is moderated, it's a good idea for parents to keep their eyes on what their teen is viewing. Ultimately, it could be a cool way for older kids to enjoy sharing their favorite skills and seeing what others have to share.
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