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Recent stats show that more than 1 billion smartphones and tablets will be sold by the end 2013. Many of those will be used by kids of all ages.

For kids, teens, and those hard to buy for tweens, smartphones and tablets will make up 5 out of the top 10 most wished for gifts this holiday season. With every member of the family using mobile devices and that need for privacy, there is an app parents should look at that provides privacy and safety, and should be installed on everyone's mobile device.

It's SquareHub.

For your iOS or Android device, SquareHub offers safe social networking for kids of all ages and the entire family. It allows users to privately send messages, share their photos, set up schedules, and give valuable location information to those that need it through all of their mobile devices. Think a combination of various social media apps all in one.

Note a recent study from Brigham Young University says that kids that maintain social media connections with their parents will have stronger offline relationships and less behavioral issues.

SquareHub has received great feedback from families using the app.

“SquareHub allowed our oldest the Facebook experience that she craved, while our youngest could participate without risk" - Ayars Family

The ability for our family to connect through one app, especially when one of the kids was feeling disconnected, made all the initial teasing worth it!" - Wilson Family.

Kids will find SquareHub fun and parents will find it reassuring. It's easy to set up and even easier to use.

The the busy holiday and holiday shopping season here, SquareHub is worth a look and could really help the family stay close at this busy time of the year.

You can find SquareHub in the Apple App Store.


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