Messenger Kids — Made for Kids. Controlled by Parents.
Made for Kids. Controlled by Parents.
Parents can manage their kids' contact list, and monitor messages on the Messenger Kids app. When kids block contacts, parents are notified.
Kid-friendly filters, reactions, and sound effects make video chats with friends and family even better.
Parents can set usage limits when it’s bedtime, and there are no in app-purchases or ads.
Stickers, GIFs, emojis, and drawing tools give kids more ways to express themselves.
No phone number required.
We’re always working to improve Messenger Kids. If you’d like to share any feedback with us or for more information, visit messengerkids.com.
Thank you for using Messenger Kids! We are continuously updating and improving the app to make it an even better experience for kids and their families.
Ratings and ReviewsSee All
I like this but just a few small problems
This app is amazing and as a nine year old I think there are some small things that bothers me.
1)so my friend spams at me a lot when I’m in class and every time I decline her call she calls again like ten more times. I would block her but I personally think it’s cruel to do that. Hopefully you find a way to stop people from spamming?
2) I actually just realized this but when I go to the emojis in the back there are flags put in well alphabetical order :l so when I went to the back I couldn’t find the US flag .... is that supposed to be lile that!?? Like I thought the creator of Facebook,messenger,and messenger kids lives in America unless I’ve gotten in wrong and I’m overreacting ........
Anyways besides those then I think this app is amazing ,I really hope other people are having better experience than me also if your having trouble changing your text color here’s the solution. Firs t you got to the very top and you see your profile thing right? So you press that and one of them will say decorate app and press that and choose the color ( sadly there aren’t much colors) and yeah that all thank you for reading my review ;) have a nice day
( also I had to write this twice because for some reason it deleted half of this so please be grateful that I did this my hands are sore or there dead now XD)
This is an excellent app for kids. I am a super cautious/boarder line paranoid parent when it comes to my children and internet safety. The contacts my kids have are completely controlled by me, and there’s no way for a child to work around the parental controls. This is HUGE, as almost all other online platforms’ parental control features are super easy to bypass by a child with even minimal technological understanding. I am technologically impaired, personally, which is even more cause for my concerns about my kids being safe online. It’s hard enough to protect them sufficiently for people that understand all possible functions and pitfalls with different apps/platforms. When the kids have a better grasp of technological functionality than the parent does that’s a recipe for disaster in my mind because they can get around almost any safety measure I might apply. That’s not possible with this app. It’s simple to understand and 100% secure. Everything goes through me from the contacts that get added to even sending me notifications if my child deletes a contact or something comes up in conversation that I may find concerning. I can see anything and everything they do when I
But it’s nice that they have that extra, “hey you might wanna check this” notification in case you haven’t checked in a while or miss something. I recommend this app absolutely!
Great app but a few suggestions
So I’m a kid and I use this app and I like to talk to my friends and play the bunny bridge game a lot but there’s an issue with it that makes me frustrated. The issue is this: in the tutorial it shows you the exact pieces you need and the bunny doesn’t start moving until all the pieces have been placed. When you start the real game, it doesn’t give you all the right pieces and the bunny doesn’t wait until you’ve completed a path. It starts moving after 2 pieces have been placed. I get that it’s a puzzle thing, but the bunny moves really fast and on the first level I played today, I tried placing a piece but it didn’t work, so that’s really frustrating. If you could maybe wait until the path is about halfway completed and if you could set out some more actually useful pieces, that’d be awesome. Also, I was thinking about this recently, last year I did this thing called “let’s look for cool filters” but when I watched the video at the end, I couldn’t hear what I said with most of the filters activated. I don’t know if this is still a problem, but anyways, there’s one more thing I wanted to discuss. There was this ADORABLE shark filter and I named him Leonard (pronounced Len-ird) and I haven’t seen him since! Please please please please PLEASE BRING LEONARD BACK Thank you,
A kid who uses this app
- Facebook, Inc.
- 227.3 MB
- Social Networking
Requires iOS 10.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
English, Croatian, Czech, Danish, Dutch, Finnish, French, German, Greek, Hungarian, Indonesian, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Malay, Norwegian Bokmål, Polish, Portuguese, Russian, Simplified Chinese, Slovak, Spanish, Swedish, Thai, Traditional Chinese, Turkish, Vietnamese
- Age Rating
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With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.