We are all pretty careful about which apps we allow our children to have on their phones. A new list is out of the dangerous apps that preditors are using to get to your children. According to News 10 ABC, there was an undercover operation done by sheriffs in Florida that cracked down on predators that access kids' phones through certain apps.

The Sarasota County Sheriff's Department is sending out this warning for all parents to check for certain apps on your child's phone. They ran a sting operation that arrested twenty-one men called "Operation Intercept Five". The men were charged with soliciting young boys and girls using social media apps.

Police are urging parents to check your kids' phones for any of these apps they discovered.

The apps can expose your child's information, location and they could receive unwanted messages. Here are the names of the apps parents should be aware of.

  • MEETME 
  • WHATSAPP
  • BUMBLE
  • LIVE.ME,
  • ASK.FM
  • GRINDR
  • TIKTOK
  • SNAPCHAT
  • HOLLA
  • CALCULATOR%
  • SKOUT
  • BADOO 
  • KIK 
  • WHISPER 
  • HOT OR NOT