Facebook Messenger is a great app that makes it so much easier for everyone to chat and get in touch with their friends online. To make things even better, there are multiple versions of the standalone chatting app and they all cater to different audiences. There is Messenger Lite which has been designed for people who use entry-level smartphones and then there is also Messenger Kids which has recently received a new update. With that said, today we are going to cover everything there is to know about the new update that Facebook’s developers have released for Messenger Kids
Facebook Messenger Kids 184.108.40.206.117 Update
Obviously, Messenger Kids is designed for teenagers and younger kids who want to be safe on the internet. Let’s face it, the internet is not all sunshine and rainbows which means that parents need to make sure that their kids can chat in a safe and more controller environment online. This is where Messenger Kids comes in.
Messenger Kids offers a bundle of cool features and now, the new update which sports the 220.127.116.11.117 version number introduces a handful of high priority bug fixes and security improvements that take the performances of the chatting app to the next level. Therefore, we are advising everyone who uses Messenger Kids to get the new update as soon as possible.
Since we are talking about Messenger Kids, let’s go ahead and check out which are some of the chatting app’s unique features so that everyone can see what sets it apart from the other versions of Facebook Messenger.
Parents Have More Control
• Parents approve every contact, so kids can chat in a safer, more controlled environment.
• Parents can remove any contact at any time
• Parents can use sleep mode to set times when their child cannot use the app.
• Messages don’t disappear and can’t be hidden in case parents would like to check-in.
• There are no ads or in-app purchases, and the app is free to download.
Kids Have More Fun
• Kid-appropriate stickers, GIFs, frames and emojis help kids creatively express themselves.
• One-on-one or group video calls come to life with fun, interactive masks.
• The feature-filled camera lets kids create videos and decorate photos to share with loved ones.
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