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I’m guessing this is a prevalent problem as it is also addressed in Kik’s help pages: https://kikinteractive.zendesk.com/entries/23496671-How-are-random-people-messaging-me- Some Kik users use Instagram (or other social media accounts) to publicize their Kik username in their profiles or by tagging their photos.
You’ll see some users with “Kik me” and then their Kik username in their profile. If they include their Kik username in their profile (and many do), anyone who sees their Kik username on Instagram could “hit them up” on Kik.
Are they old enough and mature enough to deal with unwanted message?
A review on the i Tunes page sums it up: “This app is quick easy and fun, but too many pedophiles asking me for nude pictures which almost forced me to delete this app.
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I read the description and noticed there were over 40,000 reviews for the app. In the app store now (2015) there aren’t as many recent reviews like the ones I saw back in 2012.
Given that there are many other free texting apps available, including i Message which is already included for i Pod touch, I don’t see a need for Kik on a child’s mobile device.
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But it is safe as long as you don’t talk to strangers.” ———————————————————————— 5-20-2013: I’ve had to close comments on this article.
Unfortunately some of the comments I’m receiving lately – which have NOT been approved and published – contain insults and profanity, or people sharing their Kik usernames. I think the comments to date provide a fair assessment and plenty of opinions on either side of the “Is Kik okay for kids” question.