Facebook Is Proving To Have Their Younger Audience At Heart With The Launch Of The New Messenger For Kids.
The well social network declared the arrival of another Messenger application essentially made for kids. The thought and utilization of the new Messenger will guardians support contacts, see messages, and control use.
In the wake of conversing with a huge number of guardians, affiliations like National PTA, and child rearing specialists in the US, we found that there’s a requirement for an informing application that gives kids a chance to associate with individuals they adore yet in addition has the level of control guardians need.
To give kids and parents a fun, safer solution, we built Messenger Kids, a standalone app that lives on kids’ tablets or smartphones but can be controlled from a parent’s Facebook account. This preview is available on the App Store for iPad, iPod touch and iPhone.
Parents Have More Control
• Parents fully control the contact list making it a safer, more controlled environment of just close friends and family.
• Messages don’t disappear and can’t be hidden in case parents would like to check in.
• There are no ads or in-app purchases, and the app is free to download.
Kids Have More Fun
• Kid-appropriate stickers, GIFs, frames and emojis help kids creatively express themselves.
• One-on-one or group video calls come to life with fun, interactive masks.
• The feature-filled camera lets kids create videos and decorate photos to share with loved ones.
It’s Easy to Use
• Works on iPad, iPod touch and iPhone on the go or just using a Wi-Fi connection. No phone number is needed.
• Parents and approved grown-ups can connect from their Messenger app wherever it’s installed.
• Creating a Messenger Kids account for a child does not create a Facebook account for them.
• Parents and guardians use their own Facebook accounts to authorize their kids’ Messenger Kids accounts.
• Parents control their child’s contact list and can remove contacts at any time.
• Kids have the option to report or block contacts and report inappropriate content. If a child submits a report, their parent or guardian will be notified.
• We’re always working to improve Messenger Kids. If you’d like to share any feedback with us or for more information, visit messengerkids.com.