The app, dubbed StickBow, is designed to help kids learn about the difference in the real world between news and the fake.
Kids will be taught about the world through the real news and fake headlines.
They will be able to see how they’re being manipulated by fake news stories and how their reactions to news are affected by their own emotions.
The app also features a section for the word “fakes” in case they’re confused about the word.
Here’s how the app works: Users will click on the StickBow icon in the top right corner to get to a list of news articles.
Then they’ll have the option to click on “Discover” to see a list with all of the articles that have been shared and reposted on the social media platform.
Then, they can scroll down to the “Trending” section where they can see a timeline of articles that are trending, and to the bottom they can click “View Trend.”
StickBow allows users to filter their search results by trending topics.
For example, if you’re looking for “the latest news on the election,” you can click on one of the trending topics and then click “Filter.”
Stickbow also includes a section called “Trends,” where you can see what topics are being discussed in the world.
“The Trending section includes news, opinion, and analysis, so kids can easily understand what’s happening and how news is influencing them,” the app explains.
StickBow is currently available for Android, Apple iOS, and Kindle Fire tablets.
“We are also excited to be launching this app on the popular mobile platform, Roku, and we hope that kids will also find it useful,” the Stickbow team said in a statement.
“Parents can get access to the StickBowl app on Android, iPhone, and iPad via the Stick Bow App Store, Roku App Store or the Roku App, and on Roku and Apple TV via Roku and Amazon Fire TV.”