Seeing as today is Pink Shirt Day (anti bullying day), I thought it would be appropriate to tell you about a new app that will help you determine if your children are being bullied. The app is called “Cyber Bully” and was released by Maple Tree Feb 15, 2012. Bullying is a serious issue. Being bullied in school myself, and being a father now, I take this issue to heart.
Here’s the details from iTunes:
Are you worried about your child being victim of Cyber bullying? Get this app today.
Cyber bullying is the use of the Internet and related technologies to harm other people, in a deliberate, repeated, and hostile manner. As it has become more common in society, particularly among young people, legislation and awareness campaigns have arisen to combat it.
You wish your loved ones will not be victim of Cyber Bullying. Best way is to educate them, what and how people may mislead them. As a parents it’s your duty to educate/explain your child for not falling in to some one’s trap and get victim of virtual harassment.
* iOS 5.0 compatible.
* Universal app – runs on iPhone and iPad
* App list details of cyber bullying like what is it? How it works? What are effects? Steps to avoid, roles etc.
* Universal app (separate navigation for iPhone and iPad)
* Share wonders with your friends and family via E-mail / FB.
* Manage list of your favorites.
If you witness an act of bullying, please step in and take action. You may not feel like it is your place, but all parties will be better for it. You can download Cyber Bully from the App Store now for just $0.99.