: labelled ‘Tinder for teens’, which could be used by predators to groom youngsters.
Like Tinder, Yellow allows its users to swipe right and left to either ‘like’ or ‘pass’ another user, and if there’s a match, they can begin chatting. Any app that allows strangers to send photos to children or vice versa is troubling – particularly where the images being exchanged are of a sexual nature.
Sadly this ‘game’ has already claimed two lives in the local area. This app encourages gamers to film a dare for which they will receive payment. Jobs can also be posted and payment is offered if you take the job, such as garden cleaning or car washing.
A final site called : there are concerns raised this app is being used by sexual predators.
Yellow’s settings enable adults to view children, through a service blatantly aimed at flirting and relationships, also creates an opportunity for sexual predators to target young people.
And if not, at least you know so you can move on to a different, worthier dance partner. The time when all the roads, malls, and food joints will be decked and dotted with love-struck couples, for a person who is still single all this might seem a bit stupid & irrational.Some people may feel singularly left out on such occasions while many others may turn extremely bitter and skeptical about life as a whole. There are many APP based dating services that can surely work out on the type of relationship you seek.On its website, My LOL claims itself to be the ‘#1 teen dating site in the US, Australia, UK and Canada’ and claims to have more than 300,000 members around the world.It invites users to meet ‘thousands of teenagers like you’ and then goes on to describe how users can ‘chat with members or privately with someone.’ Teens are encouraged to update a profile and share pictures.