Jemma Casey's daughter Morgan was sent a string of indecent messages on the app Roblox from men trying to lure her to their homes.Ms Casey wrote a Facebook post about the app which amassed tens of thousands of shares - and she was inundated with responses from other parents whose children were also sent x-rated messages.Whats App works with your phone number, just like SMS, and integrates seamlessly with your phone's existing address book.
The game involves a user-generated set of virtual reality worlds, where youngsters can create their own characters.Marketed at teenagers and children, the app is now available on various platforms including Microsoft Windows, Apple i OS, and Android.'It said: "Hello cupcake, do you want to meet up?" Thankfully it was unopened and Daisy was totally oblivious to it but it's scary to think about what might have happened if she had replied.'As a parent it's hard enough keeping kids safe without apps like this allowing total strangers access to kids.'It's hard to explain the meaning of it to Daisy but we've deleted the app and warned her about the dangers of talking to strangers.'Denise Keen, 45, also had to delete the Roblox app after a user asked her 11-year-old son Jaydon where he lived.Switch from SMS to Whats App to send and receive messages, calls, photos, videos, and Voice Messages.WHY USE WHATSAPP: • NO FEES: Whats App uses your phone's Internet connection (4G/3G/2G/EDGE or Wi-Fi, as available) to let you message and call friends and family, so you don't have to pay for every message or call.* There are no subscription fees to use Whats App.• MULTIMEDIA: Send and receive photos, videos, and Voice Messages. Also, you can't access 911 and other emergency service numbers through Whats App).