All users under 18 must be fully clothed/covered, but users older than 18 can appear topless.Because live streaming is unpredictable, it's possible users will share sexual content.During the review period, we saw teen boys without shirts dancing provactively.

Teens can buy gold bars to use to send gifts to other broadcasters.

Videos are only available live and can't be accessed after a few days (but another user could certainly use an external camera to film what's happening on screen); however, all user-generated content is retained and stored by the developers, so the content doesn't actually disappear.

generates quite a bit of traffic -- teens showcase their musical talent, goof off, or just talk and respond to comments, which roll in continuously.

By posting, a user is consenting to YOUNOW lets teens broadcast themselves live.

They can see and respond to live chat or view other broadcasters and chat with them.

Hashtags classify categories that viewers can search (#girls, #guys, #truthordare, #dance, #musicians, #sleepingsquad, #lgbt, etc.), and users can add broadcasters to favorites lists and receive notifications when they're broadcasting live.

The number of viewers is shown, and broadcasters can start trending if they have lots of viewers.

Because live streaming is unpredictable, it's possible that underage users will use substances during their feeds. Both the user agreement and app stores specify that users must be 13 and older.

Teens register using an existing social media account (Facebook, Twitter, or Google+), though they can view broadcasts without registering.