Facebook's messaging application for children, announced late last year, is now available from the Amazon App Store. The application can be installed and used on Amazon's Fire tablets. Messenger Kids is a mobile app that gives kids under the age of 13 the power to communicate via text and video with approved family members and friends. Show More Summary
A new way to keep an eye on who your kids are talking to. Last December, Facebook launched Messenger Kids as an app for youngsters to safely communicate with one another and family members. Following this, it's now expanded to Amazon's...Show More Summary
Facebook launched a Messenger app just for kids this past December, but it was only available on iOS. Now the app is available on Amazon's app store for Fire tablets as well. While it might not help counter the current worries over connected...Show More Summary
Messenger Kids is now available on the Amazon Appstore, meaning children can now use the latest Facebook app on their Amazon Fire Tablet. The Fire Tablet is seen as a child-friendly tablet thanks to its durability and affordability. So this is a sensible decision by Facebook. Show More Summary
Messenger Kids, Facebook’s new app designed to allow those under the age of 13 to more safely communicate thanks to parental controls, is today launching on Fire tablets. The service had originally debuted on iPad, iPhone and iPod touch in early December, but today’s launch will also see it arrive on the Amazon Appstore in the U.S., as well. Show More Summary
Torn between the benefits and drawbacks of social media, Leigh Turberville Harrell hasn't decided yet whether to let her children use Facebook's new messaging app for kids.
Experts agree that excessive screen time is already a health hazard for children. Yet the tech giant wants to target them at an even younger age Letting six- to 12-year-olds use Messenger Kids, Facebook’s new app targeting young children,...Show More Summary
There’s a ton of tech news to get to! Maybe you didn’t get to it all, because who’s got time for that? Well, that’d be us — here are a handful of stories from the week that was that might affect you! Facebook Messenger for Kids becomes...Show More Summary
The news that Facebook is -- for the first time ever -- opening its doors to pre-teen kids is terrifying. The fact that Facebook consulted with some parents and experts before launching "Messenger Kids" is no consolation.
Facebook's latest app is designed specifically for your kids to message friends and family members.
Messaging app for kids under 13 lets kids connect with friends and family with control from parents.
Facebook is coming for your kids. The social media giant is launching a messaging app for children to chat with their parents and with friends approved by their parents. (Dec. 4)
Facebook has made a kid version of the Messenger app, but is it worth a download?
Facebook announced a new messaging service yesterday for children as young as six. The new app, Messenger Kids, enables Facebook to target parents whose kids are still too young to use world's largest social network (which requires users to be at least 13 years old). Show More Summary
On Dec. 4, Facebook unveiled a new app for kids that makes chatting with long-distance relatives and friends a lot more accessible for children between 9 and 11 years old. The new app called Messenger Kids is exactly what it sounds like:...Show More Summary
Facebook is testing a new Messenger Kids app on iOS that will be rolling out to Android soon. It gives parents more control over who their kids can contact on Facebook.
Facebook announced they are launching a Messenger app for children as young as 6 years old.
Facebook has just released a new Facebook Messenger app, designed for parents to keep tabs on their kids. “In addition to our research with thousands of parents, we’ve engaged with over a dozen expert advisors in the areas of child development,...Show More Summary