Video chat with young adults
This is something that Amazon may be trying to address with the announcement of the .Livestreaming doesn’t have to be a big performance or a one-on-one video call.The market is absolutely flooded with social network apps and services, to the point where it seems like we don’t have room for any new ones in our lives—or our phones, for that matter.But Snapchat has fallen easily into the lives of so many people, particularly teens, young adults, and twenty-somethings, and it’s easy to see why.
Today I want to encourage your thinking about how one might revolutionize video chat for kids.
And while some of the new features have been related to Snapchat’s core promise of simple, instant photo-sharing, Snap Inc.
(the parent company to Snapchat) has added plenty of other functionality too, including a video chat service similar to Facetime, Google Duo, or Skype.
If you have a young child, I’m willing to bet that the two of you have spent at least one Saturday morning (or evening) on the couch video chatting with family.
In a new study, of parents claim to have used video chat apps with their children on at least one occasion. Aside from being fun and helping stay in touch over long distances, this activity can actually be beneficial for children in other ways.