This minimum age requirement comes from the required standards set by the (COPPA). Websites and online services may not collect data on children under 13 years old without parental consent — but if a 9 or 10-year-old joins pretending to be 13, COPPA can’t protect them.
Just because your children seem ready and tech savvy at younger and younger ages, it does not mean that they are ready for social media. Before they reach the age of 12, it can be difficult, for a child or tween to sometimes fully understand the impact of their actions online or off . However, many parents continue to allow their children to join age-inappropriate social networking apps, which could possibly put them at risk of being victims of cyberbullies or online predators before they are old enough to know how to react to a dangerous online situation.'
Apps listed in alphabetical order
Yellow has changed its name to Yubo