Instagram for Kids is in the progress for children under 13

Is there a children's Instagram? What could be the worst thing?

The parent company of Facebook is working on a new kid and tweens version of Instagram. It must be 13 years of age and older for Instagram users.


Vishal Shah, Instagram's Product Vice President, revealed the initiative to workers on Thursday via a Message on Facebook.

"I am glad to share that we have developed youth work as a focal point in the future for Instagram and it is added to our priority list for H1. The new policy of Instagram forbids the use of the app for minors under the age of 13," Vishal told staff.

"Children tell their parents consistently if they can use applications to rally their peers" " A Facebook spokesman says. "Right now, there are not many solutions for parents, but we are concentrating on developing new products such as Messenger Kids which are child-friendly and can be handled by parents.

The Messenger chat app for kids, aimed at children between 6 and 12 years old, was released by Facebook in 2017. The supporters of child well-being slammed it down for the benefit of children and asked Mark Zuckerberg, the CEO of Facebook, to stop using it.


The photo-sharing service Instagram has become a digital tentacle in Facebook's ad empire, starting to show another filtered version of your life.

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