[i OS, free] Prisma Prisma harnesses deep neural networks to reinterpret your smartphone photos as works of art.
Current graphical starting points include Roy Lichtenstein, Edvard Munch and Katsushika Hokusai, with new artists added regularly.
This South Korean Snapchat clone is finding fans among western teens, who use its huge array of animated filters to augment photos.
The results self-destruct like its rival's - albeit after 24 hours.
His post was shared over 800 times, with other parents sharing similar stories.
One mum got rid of the app after a similar situation: "I have had this experience too, my seven-year-old stepson had this game and he had people asking him things.
The app doesn't generate any objectionable content, but depending on your contacts, there's always that risk.
Parents will want to note that the app asks for access to your contacts and will send invites to all of them if you're not careful.
Roblox, which markets itself as a gaming site for kids and teens, invites children into a virtual world to “create adventures, play games, role play and learn with their friends”." /Parents need to know that Marco Polo Video Walkie Talkie is a social media app that allows users to communicate via video messages either in real time or with a delay between messages.It's best described as an instant messenger but done with videos, and many compare it to Snapchat's video function.You'll have to provide your own LEGO, but you can tweak the colour scheme and number of pieces.[i OS and Android, free] Auxy This pocket mixing-studio makes it easier than ever for wannabe producers to create their own beats.
Just as spoken words only hang in the air long enough for ears to hear them, these images last just long enough to be seen (or more accurately, for 24 hours) and then they disappear.