Yahoo Livetext – Video Messenger – Photo & Video App Review

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Yahoo Livetext – Video Messenger – Photo & Video App Review

Soundless video and texting awkwardly connect for live chat. Gives This A 3/5 Overall Rating.

Quick Content Overview of What Your Child Will Experience:

  • App Play Simplicity: 4
  • Level of Fear and/or Violence in App: 0
  • Amount of Sexual Content: 0
  • Level of Bad Language: 0
  • Amount of Drug Use and/or Smoking: 0
  • Amount of Consumerism: 0

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Some Things To Keep In Mind

Parents need to know that the terms of service for Yahoo Livetext – Video Messenger require users to be 13 or older. They need a Yahoo account or a phone number to register. They then can add contacts, but both parties must agree to connect before a contact is added. Contacts who don’t have the app installed on their devices will receive a text message asking them to download it to connect. Messages aren’t saved on the server or on the device, so once they’re read, they can’t be reviewed, which means parents who monitor teens’ texts won’t be able to keep tabs.

Yahoo Livetext – Video Messenger is a Photo & Video app that is designed for those 13.  The app has an overall rating of 3 out of 5 and a learning rating of  out of 5.

Yahoo Livetext – Video Messenger is available for Free On The Following Devices:

iPod Touch


Our Thoughts on the Level of Engagement:

Our star rating assesses the media’s overall quality.

The Support Level for Yahoo Livetext – Video Messenger is about a out of 5.

To start using YAHOO LIVETEXT – VIDEO MESSENGER, teens mutually agree to be “friends,” adding one another via Yahoo ID or from their address books. They then can message friends by tapping that contact and entering a text message while a video selfie broadcasts to the recipient. The conversation happens live and is not saved on the device. The recipient gets a notification on her device, but if she misses the call, she’ll see a still image and the text message. Once it’s read, it disappears, and the user will have to initiate a new call.

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