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Right now, kids will be spending more time online, so we've got advice to help you keep your kids safe during lockdown and beyond.
Follow our 8 top tips to help keep your kids safe online during lockdown and beyond.
Google Meet is a video meeting app that lets you send written messages and share your screen.
Microsoft Teams is a tool that lets users chat to each other one-on-one or in groups, as well as sharing documents.
Messenger is a free chat app that lets you send messages, photos, videos and audio recordings.
YouTube Kids has been designed as a child-friendly version of YouTube for 0-12 year olds.
Zoom is a video conferencing app which has become popular with individuals and schools as a way to keep in touch.
Houseparty is a free video chat app where you can talk to people one-on-one or in groups of up to eight.
Slap Kings is a free mobile game where you virtually slap your opponent in the face to earn points and go up levels.
Hoop is an app that lets you add users from around the world through Snapchat.
YOLO is an app that lets users anonymously ask and answer questions posted on Snapchat stories.
imo is a free video, voice and chat app that lets you talk to your contacts one-on-one or in groups.
Kik is a messaging app that lets you send text, photo and video messages to individuals or groups.
byte is a video sharing app that lets you shoot, upload and share 15 second videos.
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