It’s pretty clear that most of the kids these days can be seen running a Smartphone or tablet. In fact, many manufacturers out have been pondering to create devices designed specifically for kids in mind.
Now while kids only entertain themselves fairly well with the games and the movies on their gadgets, rarely do they use their devices to communicate. Considering the lack of this facility, Tom Galle and Raphael Halberthal have discovered an app — dubbed Maily — to open up some communication.
As the kids, nowadays, consume plenty of games, books, and videos on iPads; the two men created iOS Maily App for the communicating pleasure for babies.
Maily, which is free in the App Store, lets kids send and receive messages without exposing them to spam, ads, or, well, creeps. Instead, parents download the app, set up an address, and fill out a list of contacts from which the account will accept messages.