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Oo Voo is a video chat and messaging app, and is available for i Phone/i Pod/i Pads and Androids. With Oo Voo you can video chat with up to 12 people at a time; you can see four people at once on screen during these video chats. While kids can use Face Time on their i Pods and i Pads, Face Time only allows for a two-way call.Oo Voo will let them have a little video chat party. Unlike Tango, location settings don’t give away where you are in the world.At its F8 conference in San Francisco last month, Facebook boss Mark Zuckerberg (pictured) announced it was turning Messenger application into a platform for 'e-commerce, video and more' in a bid to shake up online communication During the event, Facebook executives introduced more than 25 products and tools to help developers 'build, grow, and monetise' applications.
And sites like Webkinz, Moshi Monsters, and Disney which are clearly intended for children do require that you as a parent okay the account.Unlike Kik, Oo Voo doesn’t have the built-in features like sending You Tube videos or playing games. These are some of the reasons that I don’t have too much of a problem with Oo Voo – as long as kids remember privacy and safety.1. Create a username that doesn’t include your last name.3.Use a profile picture that doesn’t give away where you live (hey kids, don’t take a picture in front of your school! Same with the profile video (a video status messages called an “oo Vie”). Or, just use one of the generic videos that come with Oo Voo.5.As I mention in nearly all my articles – don’t put your Oo Voo ID (or Instagram name or Kik name or link or e-mail address or phone number) on the internet where anyone can get to it!
Time and time again, through my research on these apps and checking in on my daughter’s internet activity, I’ll see where kids are sharing their phone numbers and user ID’s freely. Another habit I’ve observed is when kids will take a screenshot of their conversation or video chat and share that picture on other social networks.More about COPPA from On Guard Online: Protecting Your Child’s Privacy Online Keep reminding your kids to use discretion when using apps and sites for the safest experience.