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Clash of ClansClash of Clans is a game where players can chat, build armies and battle each other.
Clash RoyaleClash Royale is a game where players can chat, build communities and battle each other.
CSR RacingCSR Racing is a car racing game where you can buy and upgrade cars and race your opponent.
DiscordDiscord is a voice and text app, designed for gamers. Users can chat if they accept follow requests.
Disney Club Penguin IslandClub Penguin is a multiplayer game where you can explore a virtual world and chat to others.
DubsmashDubsmash is an app to create and share your own music videos with famous sounds and quotes.
Episode: Choose Your StoryEpisode: Choose Your Story app is a storytelling platform to create and share characters and stories.
Facebook & MessengerFacebook and Messenger is a social network to create a page about yourself and talk to others.
FaceTimeFaceTime allows you to make video and audio calls from your Apple devices using the internet.
FIFA FootballFIFA Football is a gaming app where you can build and manage your own football team.
FlipagramFlipagram lets you make videos and photo/video slideshows to free popular music.
FrivFriv is a gaming platform that offers a wide variety of games to play, for free.
Google HangoutsGoogle Hangouts is a computer programme and app that lets you video call, phone or message others.
Grand Theft Auto: San AndreasGrand Theft Auto: San Andreas is a video game following and directing the central character, Carl.
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We worked with 674 parents and carers, and 1,696 young people to review the sites, apps and games that children use.
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