What is .show?
.show is a video sharing and commerce app available on Apple iOS. People can upload videos to our service and share them with their followers or with a select group of friends. They can also view, comment and like posts shared by their friends on .show People can also purchase products they find on .show. Anyone 13 and older can create an account by registering a phone number and selecting a username.
Who can see my teen’s videos?
Anyone signed into the .show app can view videos on someone's public profile. Your child can also remove followers and block other people on .show. When they block another person, that person can't view your child's videos or search for their .show account. People aren't notified when they're blocked.
How can I get a video of my child removed?
If you have a .show account, you can report a post from within the app or fill out contact us directly.
Keep in mind that people own the rights to all videos they've taken and shared with .show. If there's no violation of our Guidelines or Terms taking place, we can't help you directly unless required to do so by law.
How do I report a child under the age of 13 on .show?
.show requires everyone to be at least 13 years old before they can create an account (in some jurisdictions, this age limit may be higher). If your child is younger than 13 and created an account on .show, you can show them how to delete their account.
If you'd like to report an account belonging to someone under 13 or if you believe someone is impersonating your child who's under 13, please contact us. In order to delete a child's account, we'll need to verify that the child is under 13.
How can I or my teen report abusive behavior or inappropriate/offensive material?
People can report abusive behavior or posts with our built-in reporting. This includes nude photos, abuse and excessive spam. Reporting is totally anonymous. No information about the reporter is sent to the person whose account or photo has been reported.
To report a photo:
1. Tap the options icon above the post you'd like to report and then tap Report.
Please also talk to your kids and educate them about internet safety. If they're experiencing abuse from other people on .show, ask them to use blocking and our privacy setting.
There are also lots of great online resources with more information for parents on bullying:
It's important to note that if your teen is a victim of abusive behavior on our service, we're unable to provide non-public information (like the offending person’s email address) without a search warrant or subpoena from law enforcement. It there's an emergency, we would suggest contacting your local police department. Get more information about law enforcement.
Reporting harassment or bullying on .show.
If an account is established with the intent of bullying or harassing another person or if a post or comment is intended to bully or harass someone, please report it. You can also learn what to do if you think someone is pretending to be you or someone else on .show
Once you've reported the abuse, consider blocking the person.
Learn how to report other accounts or posts that don't follow our Community Guidelines.