Video chatting has become an important factor in the overall smartphone experience.
Even just a few years ago, 37% of teens were making video calls on a regular basis, and that number has surely grown.
In the meantime, don’t let your guard down just because you’re video calling directly from Facebook, where you’re used to having fun. And watch out for calls from hijacked accounts, or from borderline “friends”, just as you ought to do via any other messaging service, including email.
Scammers must be licking their lips at a low-cost way of getting in your face.
Old scams have a way of seeming new and unexpected when they migrate to a new medium.
Presumably that gives it a bit more cachet than a mere “chat” service.
This guide will help you if you’re too comfortable .
After all, attractive people reportedly get more job interviews and earn more money (shocker).
This is certainly true for most kids, but unfortunately, even innocent use of most of these apps can land a kid in a situation he/she never intended to be in.
Here are some potentially dangerous apps that are popular among kids: 1.