Safe Space Campaign Strikes Chord As Camsurf Google Play App Enters Top 100 List

Camsurf’s anti-cyberbullying campaign, Safe Space, has seen the video messenger app enter the top 100 free social Google Play apps list.

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When it comes to social apps, Camsurf is truly unique. A video messenger app which randomly connects users from over 200 countries, Camsurf launched an anti-cyberbullying campaign they dubbed ‘Safe Space’ last month which has been a resounding success. This success has translated into figures, with the Camsurf Android app entering the top 100 social free app list and the average app reviews increasing from 3.2 to 3.7 almost immediately.

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It is clear to see why so many people are turning to Camsurf as their social app of choice. Moderated by a large team, Camsurf offers a family-friendly way of meeting new people from all over the world. The recent installation of the Safe Space campaign has also witnessed a shift towards eradicating cyberbullying and harassment on the chat platform, making Camsurf one of the few chat havens available on Google Play.

“It is clear that people from all backgrounds and of all ages are identifying with our Safe Space campaign”, said Camsurf Co-Founder, Allen Fox, “The number of app downloads from Google Play has dramatically increased and, more importantly, our average ratings have also seen a spike with users feeling they have finally found a way to meet new people without fear of harassment or bullying.”

Although Safe Space has been a resounding success so far, Camsurf sees their mission as being far from complete. A plan has already been put into place to employ and train even more moderators to spot the signs of cyberbullying or harassment and dish out more severe bans to the perpetrators. The dream of an almost utopian video messenger app which is fun, free, and safe is already quickly becoming a reality and as the Camsurf app grows daily, it is clear the general public are fully behind the idea.

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