Police have released a list of apps they believe every parent needs to know about -- and you may not be OK with some of them.
We'll take a look at the list, but before we do -- have you noticed how freaking hot it is?
Here's what's trending on ClickOrlando.com:
🔥 Hotter than ____.
I'll let you get creative and fill in the blank yourself. But I can imagine whatever you immediately thought when seeing that is accurate, considering "feels like" temperatures are forecast to hit 110 degrees Friday. Geez. See what else is in store after this hot start to the weekend.
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🌠 Show in the sky
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🎒 Back-to-school shopping
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📱 Know these apps
MeetMe, BadBoo, Hot or Not, the list goes on. Oh, and we can't forget the Calculator% app that is anything but a calculator, according to police. Of the 15 different dating, chat and secret apps police mention on the list parents should know about, I honestly think I've heard of six of them -- maybe. Some are probably ones you'll wish your child didn't know about, but others can actually be a good resource for them. Get the full list of apps police want you to be aware of before your child heads back to school and share it with your fellow parents.
If your child asks you how you know about any of the apps, don't blame me -- unless they're happy you know about them. In that case, I told you. Otherwise, police made the list, I'm just the messenger. Got it? Either way, enjoy the last weekend of summer with your student and wish them good luck for me! Don't forget to take and send any back-to-school pics my way at BVolz@wkmg.com. 😊