Toxic Apps Launches YouTube Channel

You can now see the most popular teen apps in action.  The Toxic Apps YouTube channel gives parents a chance to see exactly how some apps work and the content their child is exposed to when using these apps.  The most graphic videos are edited to distort some of the subjects.  WARNING – several of the videos cover very graphic subjects (drugs, sex, etc.) and should not be viewed in the presence of minors.  Keep in mind that several videos are from apps that as supposedly ok for children 13 and older (if you choose to trust the terms of service provided by the developer).

Here is a link to the Toxic Apps YouTube Channel:

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC9jRlats3u6nTIqpt3xCC_g

The descriptions of and warnings related to the various Apps discussed herein are based on opinions of Toxic Apps, LLC, and have been developed in a good-faith effort to educate parents of minors and to  define risks for children. Others may have wholly different opinions.

About Me:

My name is Barry Crutchfield and I live in Austin Texas with my wife, three boys and a dog.  I am cofounder of Toxic Apps LLC, a company dedicated to keeping children safe in today’s digital world.  For more information please visit http://www.toxixapps.com

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The descriptions of and warnings related to the various Apps discussed herein are based on opinions of Toxic Apps, LLC, and have been developed in a good-faith effort to educate parents of minors and to  define risks for children. Others may have wholly different opinions.

 

 

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