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So parents wishing to ‘safeguard’ their children from this cat’s far-from-shocking conversation by allowing them to only use it in Child mode will be hard pressed to say, at a glance, if it’s on.
If Child mode is important, then the app is badly in need of an obvious way for a parent to see, at a glance, whether Child mode is on or not.
Child mode can be selected at any point within the app’s settings.
The character herself is a talking, animated cat in the Disney mould who is very clearly designed to appeal to young children.
And if you need extraordinary proof for such an extraordinary claim it’s no problem; you need only cast aside the laws of physics that make apps, smartphones and online reviews possible and look into her eyes because EMERGENCY DO NOT DOWNLOAD FOR YOU SAFTY This game hacks your electronic devices cause if you look closely at the eyes of angela you see a room somebody can see you but you can't see him DO NOT DOWNLOAD THIS APPLOOK AT HER EYES FOR MORE INFORMATION Rumours of Angela’s evil side are not new, but the volume of opprobrium in the last week, like the finale of a Spinal Tap concert, has found its own ridiculous, deafening eleven.
About eight days ago we noticed that our year-old article about the Talking Angela hoax had suddenly become very, very popular indeed. Google Trends shows that it was happening worldwide; searches for ‘Talking Angela’ have almost literally gone off the chart. I decided to take a look at the Talking Angela app, and to read the comments on our site and the Google Play Store to see if there was anything that might explain this tsunami of attention.
There is no explicit Adult mode so just who this cartoon cat is aimed at when it’s not in Child mode is unclear.
Within child mode, the chat bot feature is disabled so Angela can respond only to touch and repeat what she hears over the microphone.
To me they are innocuous and I wouldn’t be in the least bit concerned if my children heard them.
However this is a globally available product and Out Fit7 are clearly imagining that some parents somewhere will find the conversation unsuitable for their children because their own press statement describes Child mode as a ‘safeguard’.
I used Talking Angela when it’s not in Child mode and (much to the amusement of colleagues sat near me and the confusion and horror of those sat further away) have attempted to engage it with lewd (OK, filthy) conversation without luck.
Some of the questions and answers from Talking Angela are mildly flirtatious.