I’ve advised my kids since they were babies: If you need to hide it, you probably shouldn’t be doing it.
That sentiment applies to the slew of mobile apps allowing users to post anonymous comments that can be good, bad, or hateful.
In the blue box, are just a few of the more popular anonymous apps to keep an eye out for on your child’s phone.
Next steps for families: It’s important to get in the game online and stay in the game.
As parents, we often find it difficult to keep track of these innovations and the manner in which they’re affecting the lives of our children.
As useful as smartphones may be, certain dangers lurk behind the seemingly-innocent features of some apps.
According to one a recent story in the Washington Post, one of those apps After School, continues to skyrocket in popularity with an estimated 2 million teen users nationwide.
The mobile app After School works much like Twitter or a chat board, only it’s 100% anonymous and .
I Have Found Some Really Great Friends From teen chat So THANK YOU!Well my Friend got me hooked on teen chat because it's so fun and addictive.I met so many fun and cool people and we all had so much fun and stuff to talk about because we're all teens and to be honest...i love it!You can contact our intake counsellors at 613-562-3004, from to pm on weekdays.Coordinator, Mobile Crisis: Diane Martin Email: [email protected] Phone: 613-562-3004 ext.