Electronic Resources

Mobile Apps


BACK OFF BULLIES (ANDROID):

This fun adventure game challenges users to avoid “bullies” and collect anti-cyberbullying tips as they navigate through unique and fun levels.

BRIGHTEN (APPLE):

An App Combats Bullying, One Anonymous Compliment at a Time 
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BULLY BLOCK BY SPY PARENT LLC (ANDROID):

This anti-bullying app allows user to block texts and calls from designated phone numbers while still keeping a record of the messages and calls. Also included is an audio recording program that uses that phones microphone to record even when the app is closed.

BULLY PREVENTION BY ROB MILLIKEN (ANDROID):

A great and easy-to-use resource for students to utilize when faced with bullying situations. The app provides an easy navigation menu that provides tips and suggestions for students when encountering potential bullying problems.

BULLY STOP BY VMAD (ANDROID):

Similar to Bully Block, this app allows users to add phone numbers to a “block” list. Once on the list, the app will block incoming calls and messages and will keep a record of any attempts by those numbers.

HAPPIFY BY HAPPIFY, INC. (ANDROID)

This app provides users access to activities and games that are designed to help the user overcome negative thoughts and feel happier.

KINDR: (APPLE):

A social media site dedicated to networks of friends who wish to build up and inspire each other. Visit Site

KNOWBULLYING BY SAMSHA (APPLE):

App that gives conversation starters to parents to help talk to their kids about bullying. Let’s parents customize conversation starters based on child’s age and set up reminders if desired. Also gives many resources to parents who want more information.

SPRIGEO (APPLE):

Easy to use portal for children and teens to anonymously report bullying through their phone and goes directly to school principal. Very child friendly.

STOP BASHING! BY MEDICIS WEB ANNE-SOPHIE BORDRY (ANDROID):

This app allows a clear and easy way for parents to help support and educate their children about bullying. Kids can send photos or screen shots of situations that could be bullying, and parents can provide feedback with a simple and easy to understand symbol.