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By Conny Coon, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 11+

Site celebrating friendship is mostly fluff.

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For a site centered on the strong bond between friends, BFF.TV feels disconnected and disjointed. It features a few friend-focused areas such as the quiz show and BFF bracelet, but it’s simultaneously full of frothy gossip, celebrities, and music clips. Pictures of pop stars and miscellaneous fashion photos may pull in the teens and tweens, and the quiz show is interesting and fun fare. Still, there’s little to keep them there for long. While the BFF bracelet is a fitting, fashionable way to celebrate friendships, using it to connect teens to military personnel they don’t know feels forced.

Online interaction: Visitors can comment anonymously on blog posts, though there’s very little activity there to gauge the appropriateness of the comments. Registered users can post videos and photos, and interact with other registered users.

Website Details

  • Genre: Blogging
  • Pricing structure: Free
  • Last updated: November 5, 2015

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