Facebook’s Messenger Kids was first made available on iOS back in December 2017. Then, last month it made its way to Amazon App store for Fire tablets. And now finally, the app hits Google Play Store for Android smartphone and tablets.
The Messenger Kids app is specially designed and developed for children who falls under the age group of 6-12 years old. The highlight of this app is that the parents can have full control of the app from their regular Facebook and Messenger app. And to create an account, one does not need to register with phone number or need a Facebook account. Everything is done with the Facebook account of the parents.
The Facebook Messenger Kids app enables children to chat, video calling(both one to one as well as group) and play games with the contacts approved by the parents. Further, the kids can also use masks for video callings which is kind of fun. Other features include frames, stickers, sketch and GIFs(the ones suitable for kids) to add more fun for the children.
Last but not least, kids also get an option to block and report other contacts. And when they do it, their parents will be notified regarding it to take further actions. Though Messenger Kids is kind of safe and possess cool features, it is still questionable. Anyways, if you are interested, then install it from the Play Store now.