2018 Children & Teen Cyber Fact Sheet

2018 Children & Teen Cyber Fact Sheet

Bark is dedicated to keeping kids safer online and in real life, and in 2018 we helped protect more than 2.6 million kids with our two ground-breaking products. Bark for Parents enables parents to receive alerts for texts, emails, and more than 24 different social...

Teen Slang Through the Ages

Teen Slang Through the Ages

Hark! As long as there have been teenagers, there’s been slang. Here at Bark, it’s our job to learn and understand the popular lingo with kids. To illustrate that words and phrases constantly change throughout the generations—and not the sentiments, which can be...

2018: Bark by the Numbers

2018: Bark by the Numbers

We wanted to give a year-end update recounting some of the life-changing things we were able to accomplish this year thanks to our partnerships with families and schools. Bark is dedicated to keeping kids safer online and in real life, and our users’ trust in our...

How to Help Your Kid Shake the Holiday Blues

How to Help Your Kid Shake the Holiday Blues

For many families, the two months between Halloween and New Year’s Eve are the busiest of the year, and they can be a roller coaster of parties, candy, school holidays, family visits, travel, and even more candy. Add to this mix colder, darker weather and a lack of...

TikTok: What Parents Need to Know

TikTok: What Parents Need to Know

A new app is sweeping the social media landscape. It's become even more popular in the App Store than Snapchat and Facebook. TikTok (formerly Musical.ly) is a video sharing platform that allows users to create, share, and react to short videos that play over a...

Why Your Child’s First Phone Should Be an Android

Why Your Child’s First Phone Should Be an Android

With Black Friday and the holiday season swiftly approaching, many parents are going to be in the market for their child’s first cell phone. In the U.S., iPhones and Androids dominate the current smartphone market, accounting for more than 99% of all devices. Choosing...

Late Night Fright: The 3AM Challenge

Late Night Fright: The 3AM Challenge

The 3AM Challenge has become a phenomenon on YouTube, with some videos reaching millions of views. Kids all over the world are now waking up at 3:00 in the morning — the “witching hour” — to hunt for signs of paranormal activity. While on the surface the 3AM Challenge...

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