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Apple cracking down on third-party screen time & parental control apps as iOS adds native Screen Time feature

[2018-12-05 21:37:12]

With iOS 12, Apple launched a new Screen Time functionality for monitoring device and app usage. As part of that, TechCrunch reports today that Apple is cracking down on third-party screen time trackers in the App Store with stricter reviews and in several cases, removal from the App Store. The post Apple cracking down on third-party screen time & parental control apps as iOS adds native Screen Time feature appeared first on 9to5Mac.

Apple cracking down on third-party screen time & parental control apps as iOS adds native Screen Time feature


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