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Posts are tagged with your location (unless you turn it off), so all the kids at one school can be on the app.The combination of anonymity and proximity led to the downfall of similar apps such as Yik Yak. An Arabic word that translates roughly to "honesty," Sarahah lets you send anonymous comments to friends.Using their webcams or phones, kids communicate with several friends at once via live video.Because there's no screening, there's always the possibility of kids sharing private information or encountering age-inappropriate content. Airtime has most of the same features as other video-chat platforms but with the added twists of letting users watch videos and listen to music from across the web together. Viewing age-inappropriate content is a big risk, since there are no filters.Talk about their social media, ask questions – and listen.
It's marketed as a teen "friend" app for users age 13 to 19, but comes with a Mature 17 rating in the app stores. Called "Tinder for teens," Yellow works with your Snapchat or Instagram account and similarly to Tinder in that users swipe left or right on photos to find a match.Helping your kid learn to use social media responsibly is the most effective way to help them stay safe online.Anonymous Apps These apps allow kids to provide anonymous, unsolicited, and unmoderated feedback to other users.And the truth is, you don't have to know every single detail of how each one works.
The most important thing is to keep the lines of communication open with your kid.
Some teens may use it to send anonymous messages with their schoolyard crushes, but more often it's used to transmit all the mean things teens would never say to a friend's face. Standing for "to be honest," TBH lets kids answer mostly wholesome questions about friends.