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Pop quiz: What is Voxer? If you're scratching your head, it's time to read up on the trendy new social media apps kids are using. Friending your child on Facebook is now just the tip of the iceberg when it comes to online safety. Click through to see some of the sites and new apps tweens and teens are flocking to these days, and get useful tips for protecting your child from cyberbullying and other online safety hazards. Also, check out these 10 apps that can help you monitor your child online.

Teenage Boy Streaming Music From Mobile Phone To Wireless Headphones

18 Social Media Apps and Sites Kids Are Using Right Now | Common Sense Media

On a recent afternoon in Los Angeles, year-old Bryce Xavier went to the Olive Garden with his mom, pulled out his phone and broadcast lunch. The phone framed Bryce in close-up. His mom sat off-camera across the table; her son had really come to eat with his fans. Tens of thousands of them poured into a virtual chat room that layered over his image. Bryce is a star on Live. Within three months of its release, according to the mobile app data firm SurveyMonkey Intelligence , Live. Bryce is a budding multihyphenate — he identifies as a singer, actor, model and violinist — but he has recently distinguished himself as a Live.

3 Live-Streaming Apps Parents Need to Know About

Skip to Content. It's official: Facebook isn't cool. Though some teens still use it, they prefer to use a variety of apps to connect, curate, and capture their lives in different ways. And though household names such as Instagram , Snapchat , and Twitter have proven their staying power, teens love to try out new apps they hear about from friends, ads, or even what's trending in the app store.
Three new apps mark a new generation of social networking by giving users the ability to live-stream with anyone, anytime, anywhere in the world. So exactly what is live-streaming? Periscope, Meerkat, and YouNow are three live-streaming apps that allow live-streaming on platforms with built-in user communities.