Website review by
Erin Brereton, Common Sense Media
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Super-safe social networking site for tweens.

Parents say

age 11+
Based on 5 reviews

Kids say

age 10+
Based on 13 reviews

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Positive Messages

Upon registering, members are told that the site doesn't tolerate (and will delete accounts for) mean behavior, swearing, cheating, bullying, or generally bad behavior.

Violence & Scariness

A shooting section features weapons-based games, but most are fairly tame.

Sexy Stuff

Users can be banned for making a reference to sexual activities.


The site is monitored for inappropriate behavior and language.


Kids can buy 100 Evercredits, the site's currency, for $1. Evercredits can also be earned other ways, such as by referring friends or winning games. Some games are preceded by fairly in-your-face ads.

Drinking, Drugs & Smoking

Users can be banned for making a reference to drugs or alcohol.

What parents need to know

Parents need to know that Everloop was designed for 8- to 13-year-olds, but kids younger than 8 and up to 15 years old can join. Parents must approve kids' accounts before they can join groups, add friends, or post photos and videos.

User Reviews

  • Parents say
  • Kids say
Adult Written bysingdancelaugh July 18, 2011

Everloop = Facebook for Kids

This is an awesome site for kids - and for parents! Not only do your kids have a site where you know they are safe and being monitored, but you have a way to tr... Continue reading
Adult Written byChina flower de... April 28, 2011
Kid, 11 years old March 24, 2014

Nice For KIds.... But...

I feel it gets boring after a while and is a bit childish for older kids for about 10-111 + And its a bit slow sending messages and loading.But overall its a fu... Continue reading
Kid, 8 years old August 16, 2013

i feel to young

good but I feel too young everyone see on this site is older than me

What's it about?

EVERLOOP offers plenty of fun activities--but safety is its real selling point. Parental controls allow you to track your child's site activity and proactively be involved with who your child friends. Kids will find plenty of fun features on the site, and an app released in 2012 allows them to access the site through their cell phone to post photos and other items on the go.

Is it any good?

After kids sign up for a free membership on EVERLOOP, they can connect with friends; upload videos; join groups based on songs, math, and other topics; play games and more. A new app, Everloop Goobit, also allows kids to post photos and comments to the site from their phone. Kids can also pull just-for-fun pranks, or Goobs--such as throwing a virtual pie--on friends on the site. In many ways, Everloop, which encourages kids to only friend kids they know in real life, offers a more secure experience than some other social networking sites. Kids can connect safely, while parents can manage the overall experience: It's a win-win situation.

Talk to your kids about ...

  • Families can talk about using a social networking site to make new friends. Everloop encourages you to connect online with friends you already have. Why would that be safer? Use our social networking tips to guide the discussion.

  • What potential dangers could occur when you meet strangers online? What kind of information should you never give out about yourself to someone you don't know? Talk to your kids about protecting their privacy online.

  • The site lets you post videos and pictures online. What's appropriate stuff to post? And what things might be too personal for everyone to see?

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