Note that breakfast, lunch baskets or dinner can be booked in advance.
Knowing a bit more about the potentially dangerous apps and the risks associated with these can help you keep your child safe.
Nearly 77% of the teens aged 12 to 17 own a smartphone, a report called Generation Smartphone: A Guide for Parents of Tweens and Teens suggests.
According to the report, 63% of teens say that they use instant messaging and chat apps on a daily basis.
What’s even more alarming, almost 28% of teens say that they’ve sent inappropriate pictures of themselves to someone via their smartphone.
Because of potential sketchiness, the minimum age on the app is 14 — though, of course, anyone can lie about their age.
Hyperconnect's CEO Samuel Ahn told Mashable the company is working out a better way to verify ages and that over 90% of Azar's users worldwide are over 20.New app Azar has brought back that delightful and occasionally terrifying randomness — and then some.For those too young to remember, it's a little bit like another match-with-a-random-person app: Tinder.I don't expect that we'll see it back in the store.And for those multitudes of others that are working on similar apps, you might as well stop now unless you have some wicked automatic genital recognition technology built in.You connect with people one-on-one, and swipe to find a new match if you don't like your current one.