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GLAAD declared today Spirit Day — a day to stand united against bullying. In that spirit, here are at some anti-bullying apps.

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99 cents for iPhone

If you or someone nearby is being bullied, use this app to record the audio, and then send it to a teacher or a parent with the push of a button. You can also program other phone numbers into the app, and some are pre-programed, like the suicide hotline.

Mobicip Safe Browser

Free for Android and iOs

Keep your child safe from inappropriate content with the Mobicip Safe Browser. Simply download the app to your child’s phone, and adjust the settings accordingly. There are settings for elementary school-aged students, middle school-aged students and high school-aged students.

Upgrade to premium and get emailed reports detailing your child’s online browsing history.

Block ’em

Free for Android and Blackberry

Whether you’re being cyber-bullied or just annoyed with someone you don’t want to talk to, Block ’em can help. Use this app to block messages and calls from people you don’t want to hear from.