32 Apps On Your Kids’ Phones You Need To Be Aware Of
It would be nice if we could tell you that the Wishbone app was some modern version involving the lovable dog from the namesake 90s TV show. (Remember it?) However, that isn’t the case at all. The application is about comparing anything. The concept seems innocent enough but it can turn from TV shows and books into more personal subjects. It might also lead to lower self-esteem if young users find that what they like isn’t considered “popular.” The app allows for users as young as 12, but Protect Young Eyes reports it was once rated for 17+. They write the original older rating was the better rating, especially because there is zero monitoring and pornographic comparisons can be found via hashtags.