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Coco

Unfancy CoffeeScript. Coco is a CoffeeScript dialect that aims to be more radical and practical.

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Coco Alternatives

The best Coco alternatives based on verified products, votes, reviews and other factors.
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  1. Kids Email is a fast, simple and safe way for kids and teens to send email friends and family.

  2. Let's talk about the best apps for kids

  3. AahaChat is a Kid Chat application to chat with kids online.

  4. A secure, end-to-end encrypted Swiss instant messenger with a focus on privacy.

  5. Bloomz makes it easy for Teachers and Schools to safely communicate and coordinate with parents, share media, school events, instantly message parents and more. Parents love it too!

  6. Kids Mode is a safe and secure mobile application for your children to learn and play.

  7. Chat for Kids Only No words is a mobile application that offers a new and fast way to chat with friends through emoticons, memes, stickers and emojiโ€™s, no words only stickers.

  8. Texting Shield โ€“ Private Phone Number for Texting Application developed and published by Binary Pattern.

  9. Tocomail โ€“ Email for Kids is a communication app developed and published by Tocobox.

  10. Messaging with your kids is finally safe

  11. VPops is another free private social networking application that allows you to privately share a beautiful, private collection of photo, videos and all the other social media content.

  12. Horyou is one of the best social networks for social good where members, organizations and personalities support and promote solidarity through actions while advocating a humanistic approach to technology.

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