are super popular with kids and teens but they're not always safe.
Kids love them because they offer richer multimedia experiences than regular SMS texting.
Check out: , age 12 : This monosyllabic texting app uses one word -- "Yo" -- to convey whatever you need it to, such as "I made it home OK, " "I need a ride," or "I'm thinking of you." Do you know of a safe messaging apps for kids? They have a dedicated messaging app which will allow you to control who they text, will send you alerts based on keywords, and, of course, provide reports with the entire conversation.
Our daughter has had a phone for the past eight years. Using this feature, along with MMGaurdian's ability to block OTHER messaging apps, is a perfect combination.[Disclaimer - I am Co-Founder of Maily] Maily is a safe platform for kids to exchange messages with their beloved.
That list includes: LG, Motorola, Sony, HTC, ZTE, Micromax, Nokia, Archos, BQ, Cherry Mobile, Condor, Fly, General Mobile, Lanix, Le Eco, Lava, Kyocera, My Phone, QMobile, Symphony and Wiko, along with Pixel and Android One devices.