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What Parents Need to Know about Likee
This week's online safety guide focuses on LIKEE, a popular video creation and editing app. The guide addresses a range of potential risks such as online grooming, cyberbullying and inappropriate content.
A free online safety guide on LIKEE.
LIKEE is a free video creation and editing app similar to TikTok. It has a global community of over 200 million users who can create any type of video, add their own special effects and then upload and share them with the world. The app is largely used to create short music videos which users can star in and edit anyway they want using the “Magic Video Maker.” Users share their videos on the platform as well as having the option to share across other social media outlets such as Facebook and Instagram. Due to the suggestive content that is available on the app, it has a recommended age of 16+, although the app store rate it as 17+.
In this guide, you'll find tips on a number of potential risks such as online grooming, cyberbullying and inappropriate content.