32 Apps On Your Kids’ Phones You Need To Be Aware Of
If you have been on the Whisper app, you will know that it allows people to share their feelings “anonymously.” We write that in quotation marks because it isn’t completely anonymous. The Madill Police Department in Oklahoma listed the application as apps on kids phones parents need to know because Whisper can reveal users locations so they can meet up. That doesn’t exactly sound too anonymous. Furthermore, it might give kids a false sense of security in sharing their secrets, but they could be found out. Or, commenters could respond harshly. There are also some confessions/secrets that feature strong adult content.