The Mimstr for kids app will leverage Mimstr's messaging platform to allow youngsters to digitally communicate with their moms, dads, aunts & uncles, grandparents, and even friends all while being monitored by their parents.
Parents will be able to control who the children are messaging by being admins of the contact list. Parents will also be able to view messages from their own mobile devices to make sure their kid's are safe.
The app will have canned messages for ease of use for younger kids who are not comfortable with writing but can also write their own messages.
Social games like tic-tac-toe and other kid-friendly fun games will make it fun to communicate with distant relatives and friends.
Games, online storage, custom avatars and emoticons are just a few ways mimstr4kids will monetize its services.
Having parents and kids involved in messaging on mimstr at such an early age will lend itself to keeping them on the mimstr platform for its future messaging app releases.