Tweets by CommonSense 17 Apps and Websites Kids Are Heading to After Facebook Social media apps that let teens do it all -- text, chat, meet people, and share their pics and videos -- often fly under parents' radars. While it may seem more complicated to post photos on Instagram, share casual moments on Snapchat, text on WhatsApp, and check your Twitter feed throughout the day, tweens and teens love the variety. You don't need to know the ins and outs of all the apps, sites, and terms that are "hot" right now and frankly, if you did, they wouldn't be trendy anymore. But knowing the basics -- what they are, why they're popular, and what problems can crop up when they're not used responsibly -- can make the difference between a positive and a negative experience for your kid.
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Appears next to someone when the user is one of their Best Friends, but they are not one of the user's. If the user and their friend do not both send a Snap within 24 hours, they will lose their Snapstreak. The feature allows users on-location at specific events such as music festivals or sporting events to contribute snaps to a curated story advertised to all users, showcasing a single event from multiple perspectives and viewpoints. These curated snaps provided by the app's contributors and selected for the "Live" section could also be more localized, but Snapchat eventually scaled back the more personal imaging streams in order to emphasize public events. When activated, the feature prevents the automatic downloading of snaps until they are explicitly requested by the user. A map display, accessible from the viewfinder, can be used to locate stories based on location data, supporting the use of Bitmoji as place markers.
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