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22 June 2023

Emerce interviewed Marjolein about the world where digital connections are the norm and how ChatLicense as revolutionary app can make the difference.

“Parents don’t like to let their young kids just go play around with a smartphone. ChatLicense is an app for both kids and parents to guide them in this new online life. From mental health and cyber buyllying to digital habits and cyber security issues as scamming and phishing.”

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Meet ChatLicense: A Revolutionary Family App | Fundsup

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Community 16 November, 2023

Workshop: from #not-here to happy cyber vibes

This week we are also participating in the Dutch Media Literacy Week. Nizar visits primary schools in the country to give workshops about happy cyber vibes. What is fun and appropriate to do online and what should just don’t do? What is the best way to interact with each other? This year’s theme is #not-here....

News 26 October, 2023

ChatLicense for free with KPN

Do you have a subscription with KPN? Then we have good news! KPN also wants everything kids can do safely online. So you now receive ChatLicense as a gift as a subscriber! Completely free for you and your (grand)child. Claim your voucher quickly from KPN.

App 10 October, 2023

Have you seen the trailer?

Have you seen our trailer yet? Our own drama series “Cyber Vibes” is an important part of the smartphone experience game for kids. Because it is very educational to see media-savvy (or not yet) behavior. Follow the adventures of Finn, Jaliya, Keet, Imran and Zoe in ChatLicense.

News 4 October, 2023

ChatLicense in the news

Read about ChatLicense in the Dutch media iCulture Androidworld Fonk Magazine PC Active Telegraaf

App 28 September, 2023

Our app is live!

How can parents explain to children how to use a smartphone if they do not know enough about it themselves? Closing this gap between the generations is desperately needed because in 90% of cases, children depend on their parents for explanations about their first phone. However, parents are having a hard time; 75% indicate that...