commonsensemedia
Published 06.02.2018 08:11
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Jezter

A lot or a little?

Parents need to know that Jezter claims to be "The World's First Digital Babysitter," but with external links to sites with pop-up and banner ads, as well as book samples that link directly to Amazon for purchases, many parents may disagree. While it's possible to create custom playlists on the parent profile which lock kids into parent-curated content, the content is spotty enough that parents will want to preview content before adding it to playlists to rule out external links, ads (especially suggestive or otherwise inappropriate ads), etc. So, while the app is meant for younger kids, the ads and links make it inappropriate for little kids. Read the app's privacy policy to find out about the information collected and shared.
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