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: P Hope it Helped, Our daughter has had a phone for the past eight years. Using this feature, along with MMGaurdian's ability to block OTHER messaging apps, is a perfect combination.[Disclaimer - I am Co-Founder of Maily] Maily is a safe platform for kids to exchange messages with their beloved.

Another thing is Parents can easily monitor this app.

Even if a person is blocked or Archived or the history is deleted, you can still view who you have texted or been texting.

Yo, age 12 : This monosyllabic texting app uses one word -- "Yo" -- to convey whatever you need it to, such as "I made it home OK, " "I need a ride," or "I'm thinking of you." Do you know of a safe messaging apps for kids?

As a tween who is almost 12 I have an Samsung Tablet (Android).

I would like to be more educated on how to check her phone the best I can with out her trying to hide anything from me please help me try to do that with any information that you can send or give me.

I found out by my older daughter that is 25 and has all ready moved out out the family home and is in another state that there is a app that looks like a game but you can send pictures and text through it without your parents knowing.Also, in addition to the standard display ads and in-app purchases, many companies are testing new marketing methods that meld advertising and content, such as's "promoted chats" (in which brands text with users).Some track and collect user data -- including location -- for marketing purposes.My issue is that the messaging that she has been doing with a friend (who has a cell phone but no phone number) has been through Pinterest and I don't want her to have that on her phone.The boards themselves have mature material fairly easily accessible, some of which I wouldn't mind her exploring if we were beside her to guide her. So we could do one of the messaging apps, but you sort of run into a similar problem as our experience has been that links and posts get exchanged that are again, mature, and require parental involvement. All I can say is that I'm not sure if there's an app you can't send links on, but she is more likely to find links on Pinterest than an app where she can chat privately.Long story short, is there a messaging app for young people that is bare bones (no photos, links, etc.) and which does not require a cell number to use? If her friend frequently sends links with mature content on them, she'll likely see them when she's with her friend in person too, which isn't great, but I don't know any apps where you can't send links - messaging apps are probably more link-free, but she'll get links in most of the ones mentioned.