Jellies is the first kids video app not driven by ads that's been powered by an amazing team of human editors (since day one).
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Jellies is a kid-friendly, parent-approved alternative to YouTube KidsAs YouTube reels from a series of scandals related to its lack of policing around inappropriate content aimed at children, obscene comments on videos of children, horrifying search suggestions, and more, a new app called Jellies has arrived to offer parents a safer way to let their kids watch videos on mobile devices.
Safe Spaces Are an Answer to the Ever-More-Hostile InternetBig Tech can't keep us safe online, but several smaller-scale services and apps are creating safe spaces, where humans filter content and help us avoid mindless engagement and inappropriate images.
Tired of Your Kids Delving Into YouTube's Sketchy Sections? This Dad Did Something About It - Life of DadHow many parents out there have trusted their kids to be on YouTube only to be confronted with the "Flying Bum" video that your 7 year old thinks is hilaaaaaaarious? (Admittedly the 7 year old in me laughed too, but that's beside the point!) Ken Yarmosh was one of those dads.
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