A Lot or a Little?
What you will—and won't—find in this app.
Created for entertainment and not intended for learning.
Ease of Play
Easy interface takes only a few taps to connect with friends regardless of device platform.
Parents Need to Know
Is It Any Good?
Talk to friends using this handy app, but control notifications to avoid too much contact. The interface is simple yet colorful and easy to navigate. The option to share the music you're listening to while you are logged in makes it seem like a fun hangout spot, and the greeting announcement when friends log on gives it a modern-day chat room kind of feel. Kids can't call friends who aren't online, making it easy to unplug and not be disturbed. That said, the "poke" feature and greeting notifications might make kids feel like they should always be available, so some teens might need some help in setting boundaries. Kids will need a phone number to create an account, but it doesn't ask for a birth date or other personal information. All in all, it's a new take on an old way to communicate, and may offer more connection than texting.
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