GUIDE TO ONLINE SERVICES

The Better Internet for Kids (BIK) guide to online services aims to provide key information about some of the most popular apps, social networking sites and other platforms which are commonly being used by children and young people (and adults) today.
 
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4chan

An English-language image-board website.

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AfterSchool

An anonymous and private message board for youth to share their thoughts and comments with peers at their school.

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Amazon Prime

A paid service which offers a set of media (streaming) services, including films, series, music, and e-books.

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Amigo

An application that connects friends and allows them to create and send casual invites to meet up.

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Angry Birds

A gaming app in which the player basically needs to help birds survive throughout the game.

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ASKfm

An anonymous social networking site which is built on a question and answer format.

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Candy Crush Saga

A gaming app where users have to switch and match their way through hundreds of levels in Candy Kingdom.

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Chatroulette

A website allowing users to video chat with strangers.

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Club Penguin Island

Disney's online game where users can play a range of online games using avatars in a winter-set virtual world.

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Deezer

A music streaming app where users can get access to songs, music playlists, artists and radio channels.

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