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A few profiles had references to marijuana use, and many teens shared their handles for other social media platforms, making more personal information available to strangers.

Skout: The Skout app and site offer several ways to connect with other users, including "saying hi" via someone's profile, watching livestreams (or going live), chatting with people who have "liked" you back, or using the "Buzz" feature to access a feed of local users (that appears to be a Facebook feed) who are mostly posting selfies. What parents need to know: In its Safety Tips section, Skout claims to separate teens from adults so they can't interact, but that no longer seems to be the case.

So even if your kid doesn't use one, they may get exposed to one through their friends.

Also, the thrill of meeting new people in a seemingly consequence-free environment may pique the interest of So, what can you do?

What parents need to know: You can log in to both Hot or Not and Badoo using email or Facebook.

If you sign up via email, you have to enter a birth date that indicates you're over 18, though there's no verification.

It's also meant for "teens only," but entering a birth date is optional.

Below are some of the dating, "make new friends," and hook-up apps that teens are using.

Note that this is by no means an exhaustive list, and there are plenty more like these in the app stores.

Hot or Not: This app was originally a website (and still is) and has gone through lots of iterations.

It's owned by the developers of Badoo, another dating app/site, and they share many dating profiles between them.

They both rely on swiping left or right and location sharing and are almost exactly the same in terms of how they look and function.

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