Tango seems to have about a billion features, and describes itself as the “all-in-one” social networking app.
With Tango you can make video calls, text chat, share pictures and videos, play games, and send music to friends.
You can set your profile to Private and you can turn off location services for the Tango app if you would prefer not to use these features.
Parents, if your kids are using Tango you may want to ensure these settings are in place.
This looks to be mostly young men and women, and includes a filter if you only want to see men or only want to see women (which makes it seem like a “let’s hook up” sort of app).
This is an “anything goes” kind of area – nothing to stop teens from clicking through the profiles – since they are public – to view the many selfies posted by Tango users.
For example if all your friends have an Apple device, you can use Apple’s i Message and Face Time to communicate with each other.