Nowadays, children are born with a tablet in their hands instead of a silver spoon in their mouth. From a very young age, they’re learning how to expertly handle a touchscreen and navigate through all the menus on any device. Thus, many parents are facing the discussion of when their children should get their own phone, at an earlier age than ever before.

With JusTalk Kids you can rest assured that your children won’t be able to talk to strangers on their Android phone or tablet, thanks to its high level of security and the particular design of this app, which interacts seamlessly with the JusTalk messaging service installed on their parent’s phone.

JustTalk Kids: Two videocalls with kids on screen

With JusTalk Kids you decide who your kids can talk to

All of the information in this app is encrypted, including conversations, and children aren’t able to receive friend requests, calls or messages from strangers. However, they are able to interact with their friends, send messages, emojis, stickers, play games, and even have video calls with up to three friends.

JusTalk Kids: Adding friends options and passcode request

Only parent-approved contacts (like grandparents) are able to access JusTalk Kids accounts. Plus, there’s no need for the child’s device to have a SIM card or an associated phone number — they can make video calls and send and receive messages over WiFi.

It couldn’t be easier to install and start using JusTalk Kids. All you have to do is download the app on the child’s Android device and create an account with their name and age to generate a unique profile. After that, all that’s left to do is link it with the parent’s JusTalk account in order to manage who’s able to communicate with the child at all times.

JusTalk Kids: Sign up and first steps screenshots

A numeric code ensures that only parents can authorize access to another account. It’s inevitable that your children will end up asking you for a phone to talk to their friends and extended family members at some point. Luckily, thanks to JusTalk Kids, they’ll be able to do it completely safely and always under your supervision.


Translated by Sarah Odebralski


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